Sometimes it is just fun to see what you can do with a limited palette. For this butterfly, image by Marianne Walker, I used R81 and BV13. I highlighted the light spots with a white gel pen so that they would really stand out.
Using this image from Jennifer Dove, we worked on the tip to tip technique with Copic markers. With this technique, you take one marker and touch it to the tip of another marker and then apply your color. I practiced this predominantly on the butterfly using Cadmium Red and Cadmium Yellow markers. Copic Bootcamp
Creative Chemistry 103 headed into the world of collage! Wow. idea-ology Tissue Wrap idea-ology Ephemera Distress Collage Medium Distress Archival Ink Distress Crayons stamp
Today in Creative Chemistry 103 we added a new product to our repertoire – Remnant Rubs! Distress Spray Stain Idea-ology Remnant Rubs Stamps
Creative Chemistry 103 started and it is awesome! We made a custom colored ink pad and this is the stamped image that came out as a result.
And another to share from Creative Chemistry 102 that I did not publish earlier! The butterflies were die cut out of grungeboard, Distress Inked, and then, with a little glossy accents adhesive, covered with this wonderful Distress Clear Rock Candy Glitter. I love the way this particular glitter catches the light! Lisa
Today’s project from the Creative Chemistry 102 series in the Online Card Classes involved stamping with paint. Instead of using the Sticky Back Canvas we used in 101, we stamped the Distress Paint directly on the manila tag. Making sure it was dry, we then applied various colors of Distress Ink over the image. Distress Stain will work too. Finally, we sprayed a … More Creative Chemistry 102: Stamping Resist
I discovered a new favorite in Creative Chemistry series from Online Card Classes –Archival Ink and Distress Ink on glossy paper! Stamp several images on the glossy paper in bright colors of Archival Ink – heat to set. Completely cover the images with a dark color layer of Distress Ink and then wipe it off. Finally, stamp additional … More Creative Chemistry 101: Archival Resist
Some of my favorite types of ink are the alcohol based inks so I was very excited to explore them as part of the Creative Chemistry series from Online Card Classes. We put a variety of alcohol ink colors (one drop each), including a drop of Metallic Mixative onto the felt of the Ranger ink applicator tool and … More Creative Chemistry 101: Alcohol Ink Agates
Another project in the third week of the Creative Chemistry series in Online Card Classes took us back to Distress Markers. We colored onto the stamps with a variety of colors of Distress Markers. We “huffed” a nice puff of warm air on the colored stamp, stamped the image onto the paper and then heat set it. After it … More Creative Chemistry 101: Stamping with Markers