White Weathered Florals

Welcome to the Club Scrap Artist Team challenge!  This month we all received the Weathered Florals unmounted stamps to create with. Believe it or not, I did not already have this collection ;-) I know, shocking.


If you've arrived here from the very talented Donna you're in the right spot or you can start from the beginning at Club Scrap.

I came across this white pencil highlighting technique while watching Jennifer McGuire YouTube videos. I really like this one because I could stamp the image and take the panels on the go and finish up elsewhere. 

Stamp the panel with white ink and heat set.

Shade in the images with a white pencil to your liking. Make sure to sharpen pencil often.

Stamp sentiment and emboss with white embossing powder. I just kept it simple to let the art work speak for itself. 

I couldn't help it...I really liked this technique so I created one in red as well. 



Using my grid ruler I added borders along the sides.


While I was embossing with the white powder, I really loved the look of white on the red card stock and started playing with the images.  The red flowers really took my breath away.  I stamped and embossed several flowers and cut different layers to give dimension. 


This next card I used the lines to create my own plaid look. I originally tried several panels with purples, grays and red and they just didn't look right. I think softer colors work better. I also kept embellishments to minimum since the background is heavy. 

Club Scrap papers, stamp and wooden title. Dazzles stickers.

Thanks for joining us today.  Please continue on to see what the amazing Roni has in store for you

Comments

  1. Beautiful and dramatic cards,Lisa. Lovely ideas and the last one is FUN!

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  2. Wow, cool technique - these stamps pair perfectly with white don't they? Love it (great minds!). That plaid you created is so pretty - great color combo!
    TFS

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  3. fantastic cards, Lisa! I love how you went way out of theboxfor the last one!

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  4. Gorgeous work and perfectly simple! :) Great way to use the lines stamp on the final card, beautiful!

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  5. Beautiful! Love that technique!

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  6. very nice. Love how you used the technique to showcase this stampset

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  7. Gorgeous cards! I'll have to try that white pencil highlighting. It's very striking on the darker papers. The plaid card makes an awesome masculine option!

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  8. Fabulous cards Lisa! I love the clean lines with the white pencil on dark paper. The fussy cut red flowers really drew me in. Great ideas showcasing ALL of the stamps!

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  9. The cards are amazing. I love the red and white flowers the best -so gorgeous! Have a great day!

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  10. I really love the white ink and red paper. So beautiful. I agree that the light colors work great to create a plaid!

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  11. Wow! Love all your cards, Lisa!!! And especially love seeing a new-to-me technique! Can't wait to try it out!

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  12. oH the white looks so fantastic! I never saw this technique before! Awesome!

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  13. Such a cool fresh look you created, looks great!

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  14. Lisa, Lisa, Lisa....this is absolutely stunning! Bravo!

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  15. Wow! breathe taking with the white!

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  16. Gosh! I love these, Lisa. I'll have to give this technique a try. Thanks for demonstrating.

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  17. Lovely cards! I like the technique!!!
    Lilian
    The Leaf Studio

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