I will be sharing the rest of my pear cards with you today. If you missed part one, check it out here. I wanted to see how different I could make one stamp look by using different inks and coloring techniques. I did a bit of heat embossing too.
Here is the whole group:
Stamped on white CS with a bright green dye ink (Lettuce Adirondack). Layered on a green card base. Add ribbon
Stamped on a light yellow CS with brown dye ink (Espresso Truffle Memento). Image colored with Copic Markers. Layered onto green and yellow CS
Same green ink as card one, but then covered with Versa Mark ink. Clear embossing powder was sprinkled over the entire surface--also sprinkled iridescent embossing powder on the edges--- and heat set. Layered onto two shades of green CS.
Really nice shinny surface!
Stamped on white cs with Butterscotch Adirondack ink. Covered the entire surface with Versa Mark ink. Clear embossing powder was sprinkled over the entire surface and heat set. Layered onto two shades of yellow CS.
Stamped with dark brown ink on green CS. Entire surface covered with
covered with Versa Mark ink. Iridescent embossing powder was sprinkled over the entire surface and heat set. Layered onto bright green and dark teal CS.
The camera really did not capture how sparkly this card is. The iridescent embossing powder really sparkles!
****I am entering my Embossed Pear Cards in the
Sparkle N Sprinkle Creative Challenge: anything goes with loose glitter/embossing powder/ flocking
Craft-Dee Bowz: anything goes with a handmade bow
See you next time for more crafty goodness. LOL. Love ya.
What a fabulous card that you could apply so many different colors. Love the little touch of adding ribbon and a bow...and the card is set off perfect with each different color ribbon, too! Thanks for joining us at Craft-Dee BowZ for our August challenge. Hugs, GailReplyDelete
Wow - so different with each of the different colors. Thanks for joining us at Sparkle N Sprinkle's Creative Challenge.ReplyDelete
These are all gorgeous. Love how you used the same image, but achieved different results with each one. So glad you shared it with us for the Sparkle N Sprinkle Creative Challenge.ReplyDelete