For day 2 of The Greeting Farm previews, we are previewing the Love You die! I paired it up with Greateful for You stamp set!
I embossed the florals from the Grateful for You stamp set in white embossing powder on hotpress watercolor paper. Adding a few layers of distress oxide “squishing it with water” technique, I don’t know what to call it… wait its smooshhing right, something like that.
After that was dry, I took a black pencil and traced the embossing under neath and to the right to make it look as though the flowers are actually popped up when they are flat!
I then cut the Love You sentiment out of the panel and 4 more times out of white layering those up to create an eclipse card.
I used some scrap shabby papers (one day I will get this paper all used up) a nice big white bow, behind the image I layered a couple of cuts from the Gilded Oval Die set.
Coloured Pencils used:
Prismacolour = PC Faber-Castell Polychromos = FC
Skin – PC – Dark Umber, Dark Brown, Sienna Brown, Brown Ocher, Peach, Light Peach, Eggshell, White
Hair – PC- Black , French Grey 90% , 70%, 50%, 20%, White
Lips – PC- White, Pink Rose, Blush Pink, Pink, Clay Rose
Blue – FC – Prussian Blue, Blueish Turquoise, Cobalt Turquoise Light Cobalt Turquoise, Light Green
PC – White, Black
Yellow – FC – Bistre, Brown Ocher, Green Gold, Dark Naples Yellow, Naples Yellow
PC – White, Black
Hey everyone, welcome to the month of October, this month is all about Christmas on my blog. Not only Christmas but out electronic die cutters as well. I know many of us that have these machines in our stash, some of us use them faithfully. Others, like myself, don’t use them nearly enough. So myself, with the help of some of my friends, hope to inspire you to get those Christmas cards made, and those machines uncovered, dusted and let them cut like crazy for you.
Here we go, I personally use a Silhouette Cameo, so all the cut files for my first card this month come directly from the silhouette store. I started with the circle card file cutting it in white, I then found a pretty layered snowflake and cut that so it just slightly over hung on the card base. Continuing working that machine hard I found a fun little ornament to use, and a pretty bow to top the ornament off. the banner is a layered banner where I stamped a very simple merry christmas sentiment that is from a Hero arts set ( CL343).
As much as this card looks full and layered it really did come together quickly, no inking, minimal stamping, just later all the pieces togehter and adhere them to the card.