Monday, November 12, 2018

Magic Marker Techniques

Making a Stencil and Filling it in.


The lessons were using Altenew Alcohol markers, but since I do not own any of them, I will be using a Copic marker. And I will be doing a different technique with it than was shown in the classes. 
I am starting the card today by cutting a mask with Eclipse masking paper and the Leaf Frame Cover die from Altenew. I adhered the negative portion of the mask to a Neenah Solar White 80 lb. card panel. 
I used an air Spritzer tool and a BG75 Copic marker to add color to the panel. I originally thought I would make it more like an ombre background, so I used three colors and removed the mask but did not like it. I put the masks back onto the panel and did it all over with the BG75 marker.
I removed the masked and added Wink Of Stella clear pen all over the green leaf parts. 

I blended a piece if Neenah Solar White card stock so I could Die cut the Hello from Altenew's Flower Arrangement dies with Galactic Stream and Emerald Crisp Dye Inks. I used both of the colors to try to match the Copic marker. I cut three white hello's and one out of the blended piece.  I adhered them together with a two-way liquid glue pen.

I added clear Wink Of Stella over the Hello and then clear heat embossed it. I adhered the leaf panel to a white card base and then adhered the Hello to the middle.

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1 comment:

  1. AWESOME job on using the die as a stencil! The monochromatic theme is gorgeous! Thanks so much for entering your beautiful work in Altenew AECP assignment Gallery. Beautiful colors and design. Well done!


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