Here is this Friday's post. It includes my Washi tape projects and color/watercolor pencils. I learned a lot the past two weeks. I learned that I have much to learn regarding color pencils.....much to learn. I will definitely be checking out Marie Browning's classes for additional help.
Project #17: Note Card Using Washi Tape
This was a fun card to create. I found many examples of artists using Washi tape to fill in cut-outs. I already had the base card, which I cut out using my Cricut.
Supplies: Card stock, Cricut (base card), stamp (Club Scrap), Prima Flowers, ink and brad.
Project #18: Project Inspiration-Using Washi Tape
I also discovered that Washi tape embosses very nicely. I realize now that the fact that some Washi tape is also transparent adds a nice touch this project. After embossing the two almost become one.
Supplies: Card Stock, Washi tape, embossing folder and ink.
Project #19: Project Inspiration-Color Pencils.....Epic Fall
I have always promised to show you the good, the bad and the ugly. This is NOT good. I have a set of soft lead Prisma color pencils. They are supposed to blend quick nicely. I don't know it it was my blending solution or the pencils. The colors also seemed to get muddy the more I tried to blend them. UGG!
Take Two: After doing a little research I discovered that Prisma also makes a colorless blending pencil. I purchased one and the results were much improved. I still have much to learn, but I am making progress.
Supplies: Color Pencils (Prisma), stamps (Tim Holtz), ink and card stock.
Project #19: Project Inspiration-Watercolor PencilsThis is my watercolor Project Inspiration ATC card. My 1st ATC board is almost full and I love the way it looks. :)
Supplies: Card stock, stamps (Tim Holtz), watercolor pencils and ink.
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