Wednesday, October 13, 2010

WATERCOLORED SNOW TWEET



It has been awhile since my last post. I have been busy with DT committments etc. One of the things I have been busy with lately is taking a Watercoloring Class Using Tombow Markers from my very own friend and fellow DT member Kim Teasdale on My Creative Classroom. This is my first card made using the techniques I have learned. I am so excited.


This card is for today's Skech Challenge on Splitcoaststampers.


The image is my favorite winter set SNOW TWEET from CLEAR DOLLAR STAMPS.

RECIPE:
Stamps/Images: Snow Tweet (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Cardstock/Papers:Strathmore Coldpress 140lb Watercolor paper
Inks/Markers:Versafine Onyx Black, Tombow Markers 025,985,993, 905, 925,837,847,885,133,177,249,899,879,
977,491,676,673,636
Accents/Tools:Heat Tool, Ranger Clear Embossing Powder, Paper Piercer, DMC floss, Needle, Mouse Pad, Post-it notes, Aqua Pen, Large round corner punch
Techniques:Heat Embossing, Watercoloring, Stitching, Distressing, Masking

6 comments:

Lynette said...

So cute, Lisa! Your coloring is great - she must be a great teacher:)

True :) said...

You are already an awesome colorist but it Looks like you have done well signing up for Kim's class. The coloring on this card is amazing!
I love the vibrant colors against the CAS white card!
Bravo! ;)

Gloria said...

This is fabulous Lisa!!

Notes by Nina said...

Love the card, and colouring is fantastic :) Isn't the class great, I am learning tons.

Dawn B. said...

This is beautiful Lisa.. I have always loved your coloring too.. Any way that you choose to create always turns out super...

Nancy ~ Inkcicles said...

I love how your image pops! Awesome card!
:-)

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