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Monday, 27 June 2011

Hooray for the...

...Red, White & Blue.

Well that's the theme over at "Kenny K's Krafty Girlz Challenges" for this week - why not hop over there and have a look at the things that the new DT produced.

This is my entry to the challenge...
I went for a tent-fold from a sheet of A4 leather effect blue CS and attached a large panel of paisley PP (Costco - 300 sheet 12x12 pack). The Kenny K digi image was coloured with Copic pens.
I made use of two of the ATC size marbled panels that I made on Saturday. This one was done on matt white card...
...and this one was done on glossy white card.

The technique used to achieve the marble effect was shaving-foam and Adirondack inks. The foam acts as a medium to hold the ink so that you can swirl it around or just blob it before laying the card on top and gently pressing down. Very messy but an effective way of playing with inks.

The coloured image was attached over the panels and some R/W/B card candy was used to embellish.

Hope you like it.............................

9 comments:

Claire said...

She is cute...and I like the shaving foam effect... wonder if Paul will notice some of his missing !! I am still new to this blog talk... all the pp's etc... you may have to email me what they all mean...lol
Lovely card though xx

Sandra said...

I like it very much

Linda said...

OH Toni, This is simply gorgeous..I absolutely love the way this technique turned out.. Ive tryed lot of different techniques but, not this one..Guess I will have to give it ago.Very lovely work..Thanks for joining us at KKKG this week..Hugs, Linda

Patty Sue 2 said...

The marble effect is very pretty, love your image! Thanks for joining us this week at KKKG's challenge!

The Crafty Elf said...

I've seen that shaving foam technique but haven't tried it - sounds messy! LOL Great card as always and your colouring is terrific!

Winnie said...

Love the markbling, it's gorgeous! Great image too for the card.

Sue said...

Love those panels! Great card

vixen said...

Lovely card and lovely image :)

C. Camp said...

Lovely card, I hadn't heard of this way of marbling. Very effective, good luck with the competition.