Happy Thursday! Today I'm super excited to be the Guest Designer for Time Out's newest challenge: "we challenge you to be different."
This prompt was exactly the push I needed to finally try out a different (and new-to-me) coloring technique that I've seen Yana Smakula and Therese Calvird demonstrate on their YouTube channels. (You can check out two of their posts/videos HERE and HERE.)
Alrighty...here you have it...my first attempt at blending-free coloring:
Now...I'm definitely no Yana or Therese, but I sure did have lots of fun creating this!!! I'm looking forward to practicing this technique some more and trying it out with different images and color combos too :)
A big THANK YOU to Time Out Challenges for having me as their Guest Designer!!! And loads of thanks to Yana and Therese for the creative inspiration :)
I hope you'll have a chance to play along with this challenge! Interested to see how you interpret the prompt and can't wait to see all of your wonderful creations!
Thanks for visiting!
Stamps: Mondo Magnolia (Essentials By Ellen)
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento (Tsukineko), Onyx Black Versafine (Tsukineko)
Copic Sketch Markers: R30, R32
Cardstock: White and Berry Sorbet (Ink To Paper)
Dies: A2 Layers (Waffle Flower)
Other: Stamping Mask Paper (Inkadinkado)
Embellishments: On Trend "Party" Enamel Shapes (My Mind's Eye)
Adhesive: Double-Sided Tape (Scrapbook.com), Glue Tube (Lawn Fawn)
Lisa so good to have you as GD and so good to see you really did rise to the challenge! You did an amazing job here and it looks like you do it all the time! Wonderful layout and love the colours you chose and the perfect placement of the enamel dots. Thanks for being our GD xReplyDelete
Your card is wonderful, Lisa. I have not seen this technique, so thanks for introducing it through your awesome creation. I am going to check it out. It's wonderful to have you with us as Guest Designer. Thank you for joining us and sharing your art!!ReplyDelete
You are a wonderful Guest, and have brought them the most wonderful, beautifully 'different' card, Lisa! This was such a great floral set to use that technique - psst i've tried it too - more soon!ReplyDelete
On an even brighter note: I signed up AGAIN but this time on your new blog - BINGO!! There you are in my inbox at last!!
You did a fantastic job with your coloring. Thanks for the links to both ladies. Congratulations on being guest designer. You nailed the card and technique.ReplyDelete
Beautifully done, Lisa, this is marvelous! I'll have to check out the videos, I'm intrigued!ReplyDelete
What a pretty card! I have seen this beautiful technique and you did it so beautifully in those soft colors. So glad to have you as a guest at Time out. Hugs ~ Ishani.ReplyDelete
You did a great job with that technique. I need to try this...it seems like it would be easier than blending the colors, but I'm guessing it's not! Beautiful card! Thanks for guesting with us for this Time Out challenge!ReplyDelete