Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Faux Silk Technique

Hello Everybody!

It's the first Tuesday of September so that means it is time to learn a new technique at Technique Time Tuesday.  I really do enjoy learning these different techniques, and I hope you do too!

Mynnette has a wonderful tutorial that can be found here.  Here is my card:


I made the tissue paper panel and colored the stamped image with Copics and Spectrum Noir markers.  I mounted the panel on a piece of card stock where I colored the edges with this very cool marker from Faber-Castell.  It is a PITT artist pen blue metallic.  I colored the mermaid's tail with this marker.  The blue marker shows up darker on her tail (which is on the tissue paper) versus on the border (which is on white cardstock).  

I trimmed some silver paper for the background of my card.  Then I added the black cardstock and then the blue metallic colored paper.  Lastly, I put on my faux silk panel.  

This cool mermaid is from Sparkle N Sprinkle.  I got it when I took a class at the Scrapbook Expo a few months ago.  The shell and this sentiment are from the same set.  I used some stickles glitter for the shell.

On the inside I stamped hello from The Alley Way Stamps.


I am entering this card into the following challenges:


I really hope that you try the Faux Silk Technique.  I can't wait to see your new creations!  Until next time my friends..get those stamps out! :)


5 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is gorgeous!! LOVING those colors!!!

Mynnette said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE all the glitter and glam, Katy!!! The image is fun, too, and I adore the seashell embellishment! HUGS and have a great rest of your week! :) Mynn xx

Our Sparkle Adventure said...

What a gorgeous card, Katy! Love the sparklies and beautiful color choices. The faux silk technique looks amazing as an underwater scene! Very pretty! Thank you for joining us at Sparkle N Sprinkle this month! I hope you will submit more of your pretty cards to the challenge in the future! hugs, Donna {Creative Smiles}

yyam said...

Love the texture. And that fun image! It's always fabulous to learn a new technique!

Louise van Vuren said...

Love your glittery mermaid, she's beautiful. It looks just like a printed silk panel.

Louise xx