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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Lori is on Youtube!

                          
   This card was created using an amazing image called "Black Hellebore" by Rebecca Sinz. It's available both as a rubber stamp and also as a digi. Her face was shaded with colored pencils. The following items were used to created the card:
Cardstock
Design paper by Bobunny
Pearls by Prima
Flowers- Wild Orchid Crafts
Lindy's Stamp Gang sprays
Doily
Frame cut from Cricut
Vintage lace
Tickets by Recollections
Vintage Photo- Tim Holtz
  The background paper was dry embossed and inked it with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. The frame was sprayed with a coral shimmer spray, as were some of the flowers. The doily was sprayed in a Moonshadow mist called Ethereal Emerald.
 In this tutorial, Lori demonstrates how to shade the flowers using ink from a stamp pad and a blender pen and then adding mica over the top for that special POP of sparkle. 
 Don't forget to check out our Youtube channel for more fun tutorials, ideas, and techniques!
Break out your stash, and let's get Creative! :) 


7 comments:

Connie said...

Great tut as usual Lori! I love how the flower effects came out and want to thank you for yet another smashing video!!
Connie

Ali said...

Oh my goodness, Lori this card is stunning! So rich and detailed... the I love muted vintagey colours and the gorgeous colouring of the image.. and especially how you've layered the flowers over the image so that they blend in with the flowers on the image and become part of it.

Off to watch your video now! :)

Ali

sweetpeastamps said...

Lori this turned out so stunning and the tutorial was awesome. I love all the shimmer, so pretty. Thank you for sharing with us.

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Wow Lori that is just stunning work and in my favorite colors! Double woo hoo for that. Your work is amazing.

jennifer said...

beautiful piece, thanks for the tips

Karina said...

Great video and fabulous card. Love how you added the flowers to her hair and the layout of your card is simply gorgeous. And so is your colour scheme.
Hugs, Karina

Milo Lilja said...

I love Flowers, and really love how you make the roses to became a part of her hair.