Just for you

Posted by on January 18, 2012 in Challenges, Hero Arts | 32 comments

Popping in really quickly with another card – this time a perfectly flat card. I also added a little technique, as shown by Jennifer McGuire – Day 8 in class, by using my Copics to add some subtle detail to the flowers. I LOVE how it turned out!

Supplies:

Stamps: Hero Arts Tall Flower (K5431), Hero Arts All Occasion Messages (CL272)
Ink: Versamark watermark ink
Card: Hero Arts folded cards – Hero Hues – Blush
Other Supplies: Zing white embossing powder, heat gun, Copic markers – C-3, BG10, BG49, Antistatic pillow

Ok, off to bed for me!

Marion

32 Comments

  1. Subtle and very beautiful! You have been a busy bee lately! 🙂

  2. This card looks amazing Marion!

  3. Stunning. Totally love it.

  4. Marion! This card is just awesome! The turquoise color is beautiful and I just love what you’ve done with the shading and embossing! Awesome, awesome card.

  5. wow, this is beautiful!!

  6. Wow, so beautiful! Love the coloring!

  7. This is incredibly beautiful…Wow!

  8. Love the subtle shading, beautiful!

  9. Marion this is ‘da bomb’! I love how it turned out too, it just popped straight out of the gallery and then I saw your name underneath, and thought to myself ‘of course’! What a stunning card!

  10. Yes, this is very beautiful.

  11. Just beautiful. The white embossing works so well with the tone on tone shading. You rocked Jennifer’s design.

  12. My new favourite! This popped straight off the screen when I saw it in the gallery – I am so loving this class and seeing what everyone is coming up with.

  13. That is trully beautiful!

  14. This is a WOW card! So very pretty!

  15. Wow! I love it too! The subtle shading and the white heat embossing looks so amazing!

  16. So very pretty and sophisticated! Love this!

  17. LOVE your card, I have that stamp and now you have inspired me to dig it out and re-play with it. Thanks :o)

  18. Oh My Word! This is stunning!

  19. Hi Marion
    I saw this on the hero art classes website and fell in love withit. I have this stamp and have always done more complex colouring in, yet here is a wonderful simple idea using the cards colour for your base. Thank you sooooo much for sharing and I plan this as one of the first (in many) cards I plan to do next. Thank you – you really are a wonderful talent.

  20. This is really amazing! Beautiful!

  21. Oh my, Marion. This is some serious inspiration for me!!!

  22. This is just beautiful. I don’t own any copics so now I need to work out what I have in my stash to recreate the effect!

  23. This is just gorgeous!!! I gotta try this technique too!

  24. I think this is a STUNNING card – it is simply beautiful. Congratulations.

  25. Just beautiful! So gorgeous!

  26. hey there, where can i find the “how to”?

    • Hi there,
      This card was really simple to make. First I stamped the image in Versamark watermark ink, sprinkled with white embossing powder and then heat set it. I went around the outside of the stamped image with a light grey Copic mark (C-3). I also added a little bit of shading to the flowers using Copic markers BG10 and BG49. It was that simple.

  27. that easy??? wow. where can you buy the copic set? this looks so pretty!!

  28. Marion, I found your card on Pinterest and fell in LOVE with it! So I had to try my hand at it too.
    You can see my finished card at
    green monochromatic

  29. This is simply beautiful! I will definitely try this technique for my next elegant card.

  30. Absolutely Gorgeous! So generous of you to share with all of us. Thanks!!!!!!!

  31. LOVE the simple elegantness of this card. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

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