Masking is a great way to add dimension to your cards. Clean and simple cards often use this technique and I just love being able to add shadows to my work. I have included quiet a few photos so that you can see how I color my images. On each photo I have left the… Continue reading Masking Unleashed
With each unit I complete I find that I am really learning how to stretch my supplies and find different ways of using them. Today I used Altenew’s Vintage Flowers stamp and die set but in a completely different way to when I used it last time, a faux watercolor technique.I have lots of photos… Continue reading Polychromatic
I have been exploring the different colors and the moods they evoke. I am not afraid of color and embraced this unit wholeheartedly. When it came to choosing a color to highlight I chose orange. It’s not the typical first choice, probably close to people’s last choice but I have my reasons for choosing it.… Continue reading In The Mood For Color
Alcohol markers are very versatile tools to use with card making. Traditionally they are used to color and blend stamped images. But their qualities allow you to do so much more with them especially exploring different types of surfaces to use them on. I have a number of alcohol inks, Copics and a few of… Continue reading Magical Marker Techniques
Ready for some watercolor goodness! Here is my next Altenew inspired card.
I am so pleased that I have this course to do for a number of reasons and the Color Your Day unit has been especially thought provoking for me at this time. It’s wonderful to be thankful and be able to take some time out and relax with craft. In this unit I was encouraged… Continue reading Color Your Day