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In & Out of Studio 3D
Sunday, 28 September 2014
Stretch Your Stamps 2 - Day 6 - Outlines (c/d)
Topic: Online Class

I wasn't feeling completely inspired by the lessons on day 6 but once I got to the studio and started choosing stamps to use I started developing a vision.

In the same technique as yesterday's card I switched to an image of a flowering branch. 'reverse stamping'. I stamped the image on watercolor paper with Versamark and embossed in white. This time I pink, blue and purple Distress Inks and a foam blending tool to make the background.

When this was dry I painted plain water inside the flowers and the branch let it sit just a moment. Then I blotted up the color with a paper towel. When all the flowers were done I dried it with the heat gun.

I then cut the large page into two sections to use on separate cards.

For the smaller of these panels I used a Distress Marker to color in the branch. I then bordered it with a complementary color and mounted with foam tape over a striped card front.  A sentiment was trimmed and bordered and then it too was popped up on foam. I finished it with lavender Liquid Pearls in the center of each of the flowers.

the second panel had two branches and looked better in a landscape format. I used white and purple as layering colors.

The sentiment, stamped on lavender and bordered in white, is popped up on foam over a swirl of baker's twine.

I did not color the branches on this version but I did add the Liquid Pearls to the flower centers.

Ddd

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PDT

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