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Showing posts with label Twilight Shimmer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Twilight Shimmer. Show all posts

Monday, April 9, 2012

Customer Submission: Nadia - Dianascarlett

Nadia shares her lovely creations today.

Rachel Anderson's Forget me Not:


Rachel Anderson's Pixie Dust:


Rachel Anderson's Sweet Dreams:


ching-chou kuik's Inner Tender:



Rachel Anderson's Lily of the Valley:


ching chou kuik's One and Only Heart:


Rachel Anderson's Twilight Shimmer:


Rachel Anderson's Periwinkle:

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Twilight Shimmer


Today I have a card to share with you using one of Rachel Anderson's image called "Twilight Shimmer"
Sheet #2, Plate #111.  You can purchase her as a single or on a sheet with 3 other gorgeous images.


I used some ColorBok mat stack DP, K&Company Wedding collection flowers, Sizzix Flourish Die, Spellbinders pendant die, Glitter glue and glitter, image and background was colored with copics.

Thanks for stopping by today.

Hugs:)
Angela

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Rachel Anderson's-Twilight Shimmer

Hi everyone, this is one more of my cards I want to share with you this week, using Sweet Pea Stamps.  I used  Rachel Anderson's beautiful image, Twilight shimmer-sheet 2, plate 111, at Sweet Pea Stamps.  You can get here as a single stamp, or in a plate:)
I just love this beautiful images from Sweet Pea, and I can't say how happy I'm for being a part of the talented DT!:)
The lovely image is colored with Distress ink refills
This time I make it a Z card, with lot of space for personal greetings inside;)
Thank you so much for visiting and for all the lovely comments!!:) 
I get so happy and appreciate every one of them!
Take good care!
Hugs, Ellen

RECIPE
Size: 15 x 15cm
Folding:Z card
Ink: Adirondack - Espresso.
Colouring: Distress ink refills
Papers: Maya Design-"Ska vi ta en Fika", Bazill
Tools: Martha Stewart - Eyelet Lace punch around the page. Spellbinders dies
Embellishments: Wild Orchid Crafts - Flowers, Self Adhesive Pearls.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Rachel Anderson's Twilight Shimmer

















I've been playing with one of the new stamps from Rachel Anderson called Twilight shimmer. I wanted the card to have the same feel as the scrolly wings and after looking throught my WHOLE stash of papers I came across this scrap piece. I coloured the image in the same blue and grey tones and added a glitterpen to the details on her dress and wings.

I made an interesting thing with the stone-part of the image to give it texture. After colouring it with a grey promarker I put a piece of textured paper behind the image and rubbed with a grey watercolour pencil on the stone parts. The rough pattern on the paper behind the image will show through. I used a scrap piece of textured cardstock from bazzil, but if you have a thicker paper that your image is stamped on you might want to use a piece of canvas or similar. It's kind of like the same thing you did when you were a kid when you placed a coin under a paper and rubbed with a pencil. At least that's what I did when I was a kid :)

It's a very simple card really. I used the patterned paper's black line as an elongation of the image. The only thing I added was a damask die on the left hand side that I inked a bit with black. Oh and some pearls in the right hand corner. Sometimes less is more...