My 1st Joseph's Coat Inside Out technique card. I got lots of helpful instructions from "labullard". You must check out her awesome gallery. I Versamarked my All Natural pears and flower and stamped onto V Vanilla CS. I them embossed with Crystal Clear EP. I then dabbed on different inks with TP and then the fun really began.......I brayered with Ruby Red and voila'.........the vanilla stamp images appeared! Really cool! I then added more colors smearing on with TP and more brayering until I got the effect I wanted. I finished with the additional layer and embellishments. This card looks kind of tropical to me so I will be sending to my twin sister and BIL in Hawaii for Thanksgiving. Thank you again Linda. I could not have done without your help. Also the idea for the leaf for the pear was cased from "sherlie" and her wonderful All Natural cards. Enjoy!
Date: Sunday, October 30, 2005 GMT Views: 885
Registered: March 15, 2005 Location: Iowa Posts: 7290
Mon, Oct 31, 2005 @ 6:41 AM
Oh wow,, gorgeous card,,,,, love all of it,,, the layers are so neat,,, the word background goes so well,,, love the pears and what you did,,,, excellent leaf,,,, :) it will be a beautiful fall card to send...
------------------------------ Sherlie..... aka Surelyyoustalktoo?
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Registered: July 11, 2004 Location: Troy, Michigan Posts: 10383
Mon, Oct 31, 2005 @ 9:07 AM
Wow, Nancy, this is dazzling! I love the bright colors you used. I so wish I could see it IRL, but thank goodness for scans in spite of their limitations. And I'm really glad you enjoyed the process of making this. This technique really is kind of "magical" in how it evolves and the images emerge as you keep adding colors. TFS. Linda
------------------------------ Linda Art is the only way to run away without leaving home. -Twyla Tharp
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this card...I just ordered this set and now I am even more excited to get it! You did such a wonderful job...I would have never guessed it was your first try at this technique! Thanks for sharing it with us!!