Hello again everyone! I've got another card using one of Impression Obsession's newest release and a new to IO artist, Hannah Davies. I LOVE this artist's folk art style. The images and designs are so unique! Wait till you see all the rest of the stuff IO has coming...
I used my new favorite technique, Burnished Velvet for this card. The image was covered with a double sided adhesive sheet tape, Glitter Ritz sprinkled all over it, then burnished it down with my finger. After glittering, I went back with some markers and a water brush and water colored the whole thing. I love the way a little bit of the colors bleed with this technique, it's got a bit of a tie-dye look.
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Love the coloring on your card and the cut out border around it makes it just stunningReplyDelete
How pretty! I love that glittering technique.ReplyDelete
Delightful!! Beautiful coloring.ReplyDelete
Fantastic! I love what you've done with the Burnished Velvet technique!ReplyDelete
Wonderful! Love this - thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Love this burnishing tech. I have to try it! Another beautiful new release. I am just knocked out by the new sentiments tool And, I have to say, a gorgeous card!!!ReplyDelete
Got to try the glitter technique!! and I love your rich ribbon color against a softer background.ReplyDelete
this is stunning! I love how unique the image is but I love your technique even more! I definitely have to try that!ReplyDelete
So pretty! I love that around-the-page punching... I forget to use mine. :(ReplyDelete
Wow! That's gorgeous! I hadn't seen that technique before but your card is fabulous!!ReplyDelete
Oh, another great image, another cool technique to try-- man, I'm in trouble! Beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
beautiful card and great technique-thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
That coloring technique is perfect with this image. You have such a wonderful eye for the best colors. Love the green lace and that luscious bow! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
pretty. love the big yummy bowReplyDelete
This is just stunning! I think my most favorite Christmas cards are the ones done in nontraditional colors. Love that beautiful bow, too!ReplyDelete
Wow, your coloring looks so pretty! I love the colors you chose and your technique looks awesome! Wonderful card, oh and I love the stamp. I really like this new artist! Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Lovely colors & rendering. Off to learn about the Burnished Velvet technique.ReplyDelete
WOW!!!! I can't believe how gorgeous this image looks using this technique! I blew it up to see it closer, and I was totally amazed at the results! You'll have to do a tutorial on it sometime...pleaseeeeeee!!!ReplyDelete
This is just Gorgeous! love your wonderful technique and coloring of this lovely image! Thanks for the continued inspiration! I always love visiting your Blog!8-)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous coloring! Love what you did with this card.ReplyDelete
Love the leaf background shape. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Great card - love the glitter, but would have never thought to color it after glittering it - will have to try that!!!ReplyDelete
Love your soft colors on this card - beautifully done!ReplyDelete