Friday, April 17, 2009

AI Kind Heart colouring on Kraft Tutorial

I love this Greek Gardens set released on Wednesday by Artful INKables. Head on over to the AI Blog for a tutorial on how I did the main image, step-by-step.

The flourished on the top of the card were made from the cutout left from a cricut cutout using the Storybook cartridge. I placed it on the card and sponged 3 different inks on it. Very simple. The sentiment is stamped using stazon ink on a Tim Holtz fragment (I LOVE these things!!!) that was sanded on the backside. Always fabulous, those things are!!! A little copper paper, vellum and layered ribbon and - VOILA! Nothing to it!

stamps; greek gardens (artful INKables)
ink; walnut stain distress ink, pesto, juniper, latte adirondack ink (ranger)
paper; sandbox dotted swiss, white vintage vines, ivy (bazzill), recycled kraft, light weight vellum, heavy copper cardstock (paper accents), stella ruby (basic grey)
accessories; fragments (idea-ology by tim holtz), cricut storybook cartridge (provo), white brads (bazzill), rhinestones (kaiser), green organza crochet ribbon (making memories), white satin ribbon (offray), megabilities curved rectangles (spellbinders), copper leafing pen (krylon), prismacolors


Andrea said...

Oh wow, a beautiful card.

Connie said...

This is so beautiful! Fantastic coloring, and love the fragment!

Conniecrafter said...

Beautiful, I love the look of coloring on the kraft but haven't given it a try yet, like the effect you got from sanding the fragment!

toners said...

This is a FAB tutorial! Love it - and will try it out!

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