More Chameleon Fun
Here is my second attempt at using the Chameleon Color Tone pens. I am now hunting through my stamp stash to see what other designs I can practice on.
Penny Black Stamps:
Poppy Gems 40-447
Eloquence (sentiment) 30-162
Chameleon Color Tone Pens
Black Prismatic Card Stock (A2 base card & mat panel)
100# white card stock (stamped panel)
Ken Oliver Card Stock (floral design mat panel)
MISTI Stamp Positioner
The image was stamped with Memento Ink in Tuxedo Black, as well as the sentiment. Both were stamped using the MISTI stamp positioner. After coloring the flowers and foliage, I outlined the blossoms with a light gray Color Tone pen. I think it makes them pop a little more without too much emphasis.
The stamped panel was trimmed down to 3.5" wide by 5" long.
The black mat panel was trimmed to 3-7/16" wide by 5-3/16" long.
The floral mat panel was trimmed to 3-5/8" wide by 5-3/8" long.
All were layered, adhered and adhered to the base card (A2).
I hope you're getting your Chameleon Color Tone pens out and using them. If you don't have them, you can ask at your local independent craft store or www.chameleonpens.com. They're now introducing new color tops which work with your color tone pens, as well as colored pencils that provide 2 blendable colors per pencil. All of those are now on my artsy bucket list!
Thanks so much for stopping in. I hope to see you again very soon.