Friday, September 19, 2014

Colouring on Vellum

I made this card after visiting a "virtual" friend's blog, Dawn (HERE) who was inspired by someone else etc.... you know how it goes.  It was all about stamping and heat embossing on Vellum and colouring the back side with Copic markers.  Here is my card:

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Paper: cardstock (PTI); Vellum (PTI)
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black; Copic Markers; Distress ink (Tea Dye); Versamark
Stamps: Hydrangea & Dragonfly (HA); PTI
Other: Spellbinders die; Twine; White Embossing Powder (HA)

I'm quite happy how this turned out.

Well the temperatures finally dropped by about 20 degrees Celsius today!  And we got a light drizzle earlier this evening.  I'm really hoping that we get more rain overnight as we had quite a number of forest fires yesterday and they were still lingering earlier today!

I hope you are having a wonderful day!

5 comments:

Lisa said...

Your hydrangea is so pretty Brenda, great card!

Cindy C. said...

Beautifully done Brenda!!

Dawn Turley said...

Gorgeous Brenda. So pleased my card inspired you... it's great to pass on ideas. Your flower looks amazing done in this technique. Now you've inspired me to pull out this stamp and give the technique another go.

Barb said...

My favorite Hero Arts flower stamp! You colored it so beautifully, Bren! Love the softness from the vellum! Gorgeous card!

Jacqueline said...

A beauty, for sure!