Here I am burning the midnight candle making more glass ornaments. Somebody Stop Me! LOL NOT!
This one I used my new Elzybells stamp. Too cute!! I also used a square glass ornament. For the face color I was not sure what to do there -- so if anyone has suggestions I'm open I found a marker from Adirondack. It is made by Ranger. The color is Latte. The markers says Multi Surface Ink. All I did was heat it with my embossing to dry it so it would not rub off. I tried several pinks from Sharpie and Slick Writer - but as you can see by the dress color - it was NOT going to work for skin tone. Ewwww!! Then I finished it off with embossing glitter on the snow.
Date: Monday, December 3, 2007 GMT Views: 1207
Registered: June 10, 2007 Location: BC Posts: 45022
Mon, Dec 03, 2007 @ 1:46 AM
I'm so stuck on those darling Elzybells - I might just try an ornament!!! Into my fav's!!!! Hmm, a flesh colour! That would be a dilemmna - but the colour you have used looks great!!! Thanks for the hint on the flesh colour - as far as I can think of , that would be best. Tough to find flesh colour in permanet markers I would guess!!! Looks fabulous!!!!! great gift idea!! Into my fav's!!!
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Mon, Dec 03, 2007 @ 6:11 AM
I love all your lil ornaments! They are so cute! I looked at each one to see if you mentioned how you got your images in there. How did you do that? They have perfect placement! Appreciate any advice. I do most of my coloring with SU ink pads and I always use Blush Blossom or Creamy Caramel, depending on the skin tone I want. After the watercolor is completely dry, I use SU pastels to add blush. These colors work great for me. I love how yours turned out! TFS
------------------------------ Pat Smethers "The Lord will guide you always; He will satisfy your needs in a sun scorched land and strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden." Isaiah 58:11
Registered: September 13, 2006 Location: Gilbert, Arizona Posts: 1865
Mon, Dec 03, 2007 @ 8:57 AM
***reply to Pat patsmethers*** I should have mentioned in my postings that these ornament instructions are from the SCS Holiday Project Showcase. Check out the instructions and you will see how the images are done so the placement is right Careful....you might get addicted to making these like I am!! LOL You can find the tutorial here: