Monday, January 11, 2016

Chloe


     Even though it's only mid January the Valentine products and cards are out in full force.  Today I'm sharing a card using stamps from Purple Onion Designs.
     For my image panel I stamped part of the Birch Tree Background and added a little color to the bark with Copics.  Next I stamped the sweet Chloe bunny, masked her and stamped part of the birch trees again.  I guess it's kind of a spotlight technique although I did add a little color to the background.


Copics Used:
bunny E31, E33, E35, E51, R20, R30
clothing R37
trees W1, W5
grass YG17, YG23, YG25
flower Y15, TR68, YG97

     How are your Valentine makes coming along?  Hope your week is fannnn-tastic!

Supplies:
Paper--Crate Paper "Party Day", Bazzill, Recollections, Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamps--Purple Onion Designs Chloe and Birch Tree Background from Stacey Yacula's A Beautiful Day collection, sentiment from her Sweet Occasions collection
Ink--Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark
Tools--Lil' Inker Designs "From the Hearts" dies
Miscellaneous--Simon Says Stamp white embossing powder

13 comments:

  1. WOW that little bunny is sooo perfect!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  2. Oh, Tracy, what a sweet little bunny and a great layout! I love your spotlight technique - it really works so well for this sweetie! Adorable card with the little hearts and sentiment! Sigh! Hugs!

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  3. A lovely card and the technique works beautifully with this image. I've never tried this so I might have to give it a go. Love the colour palette too.
    Lorraine

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  4. Sooo cute! I love the two dps and colors together. Perfect to go with this technique! Im going to have to try this one ;)

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  5. Oh, I LOVE your spotlight technique here, Tracy! Such a great way to highlight that adorable image and your wonderful coloring!

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  6. A very sweet and adorable card and a fantastic effect with the spotlight technique! A great idea! hugs, Marlies

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  7. What a cute little guy holding his flower. The spotlight technique is an old but a goody. Thanks for the reminder. :o) Hugs, Geri N

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  8. Valentine cards in 'full force' is the best way to do it. Just bum rush us!! I LOVE this card. One of the most fun techniques is what you've done here. It's like looking through binoculars and going in for a close up. This is WONDERFUL, H.
    Big hugs,
    T

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  9. Oh, this is precious - love the image and how you spot-light the image!!! I forgot about that technique!!!! LOL Hugs

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  10. How cute is this, I love it xx

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  11. Well roll on bunny days!! This is gorgeous!

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  12. Super, stinkin' adorable! Such a great technique and darling image!

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