Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Tuesday White Pen Projects

Christine used her white Sakura Souffle Pen throughout on her flowers (including the brads) and to create a faux stitched border. Check out her video in the next post to see how she made these simple flowers - using all supplies she had on hand!

Christine used her Sakura pen again to doodle the trails for the stars on her matting for her picture. The idea was inspired by an episode of Scrapbook Memories. The stickers and doodling pulled together a one - of - a - kind paper for this special layout.


Corinna used her Uniball Signo gel pen and my colored pencils to color in some areas and just give it a hint of color.

Marjorie drew an outline with the white gel pen on her cardstock title for some extra detail and created a frame along the bottom half of the page to tie it all together.

Wanda found a poem that matched her title perfectly. She wrote that poem all around the layout in white jelly roll pen.


Tanya needed a card for her supervisor's birthday next week, and needed something masculine. She decided to use her Easy Stitches HOTP 7328 Template with her white Gelly Roll pen, to create some different stitching effects. She thinks it helps balance off the white ribbon in the center.


6 comments:

magicwanda said...

Wowzers.......
What awesome pen projects!
I don't use a lot of white pen but after seeing what all you can do with them I think I will be using them more often.
Thanks for the inspiration.
Wanda:-)

Barb Sampson said...

Great challenge this week! It's so cool to see how everyone uses their white pens and markers in so many different ways. I agree with Wanda - I may have to use mine more often!
Barb S

AmandaB said...

I am loving this challenge and seeing all the creative ways to use my white pen/marker.. You ladies did an awesome job this week..

Amanda :0)

Tanya Rudd said...

Loving the variety! Way to go.
Hugs
Tanya

LuvinmyLabs said...

These are such cute projects. I love using my white pen and love to see how others use theres.

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Some really great projects ladies!!!!!!

Deanne :)