Thursday, December 31, 2015

Hummingbird and Flowers

Aloha everyone,

I hope each of you is well! It's been a long time. I cannot find pictures I took of some cards made over the last few weeks (boo hooooo). Bummer!

Recently, Gina showed us how to use Prismacolor (or any color pencil) over solid white inked images. Whoa, I love this technique! I did two for some friends in the cardmaking world. One is pink, the other is blue.

Stamp Sets: Stampin' Up "Wildflower Meadow" (the Swiss dots are already in the background of this large stamp)
Ink: GKD White Pigment
Color Pencils: Prismacolor
Cardstock by GKD
Corner Chomper 1/4" 


Pinks
 



Blues


 Sorry you can't make out the apple green cardstock base
 on the blue and green card. 
Thank you for stopping by!!

6 comments:

  1. OMGee aren't they stunning?!?! The color just POPS! (confession: I just tried this too, less than stellar results....need new white ink I believe-hopefully it was not operator error lol)These are really stunning, love the stems and flowers and the sweet little hummingbirds. Just Delightful! Happy New Year!

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  2. These are just stunning!!! I LOVE doing this technique. Have done it on kraft too, and it's so soft and pretty. Using the polka dot paper is genius, I would never have thought of that!!! Well done, you have inspired me!

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  3. These are stunning in every way. The colors are so vibrant and pop with the black background. Those polka dots look fantastic with the floral images.

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  4. I just love the technique and colors you have used here Rosy! Beautiful creations!!!
    Happy New Year my friend! <3

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  5. These are super Rosy. The ink is still on an "list" here sadly enough.

    Have a wonderful day. Hugx

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  6. Wow! Colouring over white really makes the images pop! I'll have to try this... Love how you've made the flowers ombré!

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Your kind comments really encourage me! Mahalo nui loa!