TLC274 Tulip

Yes, another change to the appearance of my blog, but a nice change I feel with a clean and simple look. Today I had a play with the technique lovers challenge over at SCS – TLC274 Old Black Magic. It was a fun technique to play with and will most likely use it again. Essentially you stamp your image in White craft ink on black or dark coloured cardstock, heat set the ink and then colour over with water colour pencils – in my case Prisma Pencils. It’s realatively easy and depending on the stamp and colours you use gives a great end result! You can click on the image to enlarge the picture if you want to take a closer peek and thank you for taking the time to drop by!

Products used to create this card: Stamps – Anna Griffin; Cardstock – basic black, whisper white, old olive, DSP = old olive; Ink – whisper white craft ink; accessories – prisma pencils (dahalia purple, olive green), heat gun, dew drops orchid, nestabilities labels one, old olive grosgrain ribbon, crafters chalk ink purple (not sure of name) for inking & colouring of chipboard flower.
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About Chelle

Loves soaping, cardmaking & crafts, photography is becoming a passion, enjoys travel, reading, cooking, gardening, am married to my soul mate, live on some acres away from the city ... loves life for what it is!
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2 Responses to TLC274 Tulip

  1. Pat(mspfd) says:

    This is absolutely stunning. Gorgeous creation Shelly. The coloring of the flower is perfection. Did you use prisma watercoloring pencils?

  2. Courtney says:

    Ohhh I’m enjoying these flower cards you are doing:) Love your new blog topper too! Did you take the photo??

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