суббота, 10 марта 2012 г.

Believe (Bleach on Dark Cardstock Technique)

For my project I used Bleach on Dark Cardstock Technique of  Blockheads  Blog. This is very interesting technique! I couldn't wait for buying of suitable white marker because I took a aquarelle pencil  for bleaching.
Are used: cardstock, aquarelle paper, stamps (Clear Art Stampslady, Viva Decor –rose), Ink – Distress, Archival, embossing powder Papermania, aquarelle pencils, embossing folder Cuttlebug, self-made roses.

Использованы: дизанерский картон, бумага для акварели, штампы (Clear Art Stamps – девушка, Viva Decorроза),  чернила Archival , Distress, пудра для эмбоссинга Papermania, акварельные карандаши, папка для тиснения Cuttlebug, розы самодельные.

I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
Blockheads Challenge – Bleach Technique Blog Hop,

Ginger snap  creations – GC140: Color Challenge - Two Colors Only

10 комментариев:

  1. Very pretty! Love the embossed frame, flowers and easel card design! Thanks for playing with us in our Bleach Technique Challenge!
    Leslie, DT

  2. Great example of the bleach technique! Gorgeous card. Thanks for taking the Technique Challenge at Blockheads Paper Arts.

  3. Superb bleaching effects, super card.

  4. Beautiful card....love the bleaching effect..thank you for visiting my blog and your kind comments


  5. A beautiful and expressive card!
    Thanks for stopping on my Blog and your nice comment.


  6. Absolutely fabulous example of the bleaching technique and I love your roses, amazing!
    Val x

  7. Had to become a follower your cards are wonderful! I love the Singing heart Valentine card, do you have a tutorial for the flower?
    Val x

    1. I think out and I make flowers for each my project. But while I did not make tutorials, because (as I think) it is a lot of them in the Internet (I like very much blogger ASTORIA for example here http://asti-n.ya.ru/posts.xml?tag=6855558). I make own form or painting of a flower, but principles remain the same. But that is important for me:
      1) the paper is better for a water color or handmade;
      2) the paper during painting, stampings and formations of a flower should be damp then you will have smooth transitions in colour and beautiful forms;
      3) use water colour paints, I Iike Distress or their combinations;
      4) be not afraid to think out own forms of petals, it is not obligatory to use patterns and punchers
      If there will be questions - write to me, I shall try to answer.

    2. And other link blogger ASTORIA http://astoriaflowers.blogspot.com/

  8. Thank you so much for the links to Astoria:) Love your blog Lada!
    Val x