Monday, March 1, 2010

Tuesday's Chalk/Ink Projects

Christine used Stampee Foil to create her title and then filled the letters in with a soft pink ink to break up all the white.

Tanya used VersaMark Watermark Inkpad and stamped the images on glossy white cardstock, then took out her Pebbles Ink chalk and went over the invisible images. When she felt the chalk was dark enough, and it appeared to cover the invisible image, she wiped the residue off with a paper towel. She also inked the edges of the white paper and added blue chalk, repeating that technique for the butterfly.

Corinna applied green ink to the patterned paper to cover up a bit of the design to make a base for my title.

Marjorie stamped and colored the fish on blue cardstock She used a versamark marker to draw and color in a splash resist on the fish. Then she heat embossed the splash with clear embossing powder. To create the gradient water shading she brayered the lighter blue ink first about a half sheinch below the top of my cardstock and about half way down she brayered a darker blue ink. Then she wiped the ink off the embossed splash to reveal the fishes!

Wanda made this from a dollar picture frame from Michael's
Added paper, inked the edges and the birds, and embellished it.


AmandaB said...

Great job this week ladies..You all are so talented.. I am loving the Stampee Foil as while..


JustYolie said...

Nice projects! Lovin' the "Bless this Nest" frame!

Barb Sampson said...

Great projects girls! It's so cool to see all the many uses everyone has for inks and chalks!

magicwanda said...

Great job on all the projects Ladies!
Inking is one of my favorite things I think I ink everything...I really like what it does for a project!

Tanya Rudd said...

Wonderful Work ladies! Love all the different ideas.

Catherine said...

Fantastic Job ladies. I love the versamark technique on Tanya's card. This stamp set is perfect for this use. Thanks for sharing your creativity ladies.

scrappinlil said...

Wow ladies you did a fantastic too ink too..adds a little something.TFS

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Wowzers! Totally impressed! Great variation in using inks.

Deanne :)