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Crafter's Compaion is hosting this week's CAS-ual Fridays Challenge called Make Your Mark:
CFC87: Use markers in your Clean And Simple Creation Remember... a little can go a loooong way! You can color an image, or an element, or get creative and show us some fun techniques!
I used an abstract marker scribbling technique with Spectrum Noir Markers (similar to the technique used by Design Team Member Lyn) with this gorgeous lion from Crafter's Companion's In the Wild Set.
These are the markers I used (started with light, moving darker, and then coloring the eyes, nose & ears).
The gorgeous sentiment is from Crafter's Companion's Time to Dream Set. If you're interested, they're still running a special on these new sets of buy 3 get one free.
I'm also linking-up at 52 Card Pick-up ... and the Monochromatic Challenge at Polkadoodles.
Posted at 07:12 AM in CAS, CAS-ual Fridays, Crafter's Companion, Spectrum Noir | Permalink
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Mary Hansen |
January 26, 2013 at 10:58 PM
Love your colouring technique for the lion.
Thanx for joining in the fun at Polkadoodles.
Hugz, Jan xx
January 27, 2013 at 07:14 AM
I love loins! This is so cool!
Angela Maine |
January 27, 2013 at 04:23 PM
The "scribbled technique" makes a great bkgrd for the wonderful lion head stamp. The sentiment is so "majestic." Great card! :)
January 28, 2013 at 11:08 AM
Neat technique, Stephanie! Thanks so much for making your mark on this week's CAS-ual Fridays challenge!
Kimberly Lane |
January 31, 2013 at 09:46 PM
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