Wednesday, July 25, 2018

testing action twinmarkers again

Yesterday I told you about my discovery of  Twinmarker alcohol markers at a nearby Action store!

I stamped this ginormous but gorgeous stamp (had to have but hadn't used yet - you know that kind?) onto some Neenah CS and pulled out the colors that most spoke to me from my new markers and just colored them in.

Now I'd stamped the image off the edge of the CS scrap. But cheapo me, couldn't bring myself to then throw it away after I'd colored it. So I came up with this design idea. I'm calling it a variation on spotlight stamping.

  Altenew Sketchy Floral stamp
Action Twinmarkers

I wouldn't call these markers the greatest on earth. They have only a broad and a fine tip. There are not many light colors. But they're nice and juicy. And I like the color tones. And, as you can tell, I'm not the greatest colorer, so I'm satisfied. I've decreased my price per marker average ;)

Added a coat of Wink of Stella to all the colored images before fussy cutting them and glueing them to a B/W stamped image creating this one layer card. The inside reads "to call you friend". The sentiments in the stamp set are gorgeous too. Just sayin'.

Come by on Friday. I've used this beautiful stamp again for some real spotlight stamping.

I'm playing at:
Craft Stamper - July Take it Make it AG
Paper Players - #402 (I'm thinking I've accentuated the negative space around my image with the simple stamped image, but I may be wrong)


Anita in France said...

Those are luscious colours in these lovely blooms, Maria ... yummy sentiment font too ... love the unexpected variation on spolight colouring ... adds to the drama! Hugs, Anita :)

Linda said...

What gorgeous colours .... love your variation on the spotlight technique. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx

Sharli Schaitberger said...

LOL, I love that! Variation on the Spotlight Technique! YOU are so creative!!

Claire Broadwater said...

Maria, this is gorgeous! All those bright, vibrant colors are so eye catching! Your sentiment is so fun! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XX

Joanne James said...

A clever way to use negative space Maria - I love the off-the-edge stamping too. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

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