Trying the faux watercolor from the polychromatic class. Cool technique and easy to do. Only two color were used for flowers and leaves. I colored the stamp carefully with Zig Clean Color markers. Make sure you use a light hand so you don’t mess up your marker. When colored like you want, lightly spray withContinue reading “Faux Watercolor Polychromatic”
Starting Level 2 in this card creating adventure. I took the class Creative Watercolor Media class and absolutely loved it. I enjoy colors and vibrancy. To use reinkers as a watercolor medium is something I can’t wait to try. Since I didn’t have any reinkers, I tried Color Burst powders. I loved the vibrancy inContinue reading “Color Burst and Embossing Folders”
I have made it to the Level 1 Project Submission. This journey has been awesome so far. I have learned so much and am enjoying this hobby even more. For this project “the requirements were as follows: Select 3 components from the Classes in Level 1 and explain the components that you have chosen forContinue reading “Level 1 Project Submission Altenew Educator Certification Program”
Using the colors of the inspiration picture, I chose the Hibiscus Garden 3D die set. Stamping some leaves as a base, I then layer some die leaves. I popped up the flowers for dimension along with some foam backing for stability. Enjoy
Different technique. So easy.
New texture approach to watercolor background. I love the Altenew watercolor brushes. The colors are so vibrant.
This project was out of my comfort zone. I first used this Dahlia stencil, and couldn’t make it work for me so I put aside for a long while. I picked it up again and tried to use some Black Alcohol Ink paper. I taped the stencil to the paper, and got some of myContinue reading “Stencil Techniques”
This was another fun card. I used the Altenew Feathered Leaves stencil. Used two different colors of green. After the panel dried I cut a piece of shimmer vellum and stamped the flowers and embossed with a rose gold powder. I used copics to color the flower and then used tape behind the vellum flowersContinue reading “Irresistible Inking Techniques”
This craft a flower tulip set has moved up the list of my favorites. The things you can do are endless. I had used alcohol inks on both watercolor paper and yupo for the die cuts. I cut a bunch and just made a pile of all of the pieces. I cut down a panelContinue reading “Tulips”
This was another fun card. Using Altenew’s Garden Silhouette stamp set, I can envision making several different cards. This one I started by blending the inks using the picket fence blending brushes. I die cut the tree and glued on the blended background. I arranged the stamps on the background and used archival ink toContinue reading “Garden Silhouette”