Sunday, October 1, 2017

Yellow, Yellow, and More Yellow


I'm not one who does monochromatic... like... ever.  But the International Art & Soul Challenge that begins today is Monochromatic, so I had to give it a try.

I decided to use a Unity stamp set (I love Unity) and a new-to-me technique on my card.

I first stamped the image on watercolor paper with a pigment ink. Then, after it was good and dry, I colored an outline around the image with a Zig marker (yellow - because that's the one color I'm using in addition to white on this monochromatic card). Then I took a water brush and started adding water and pulling the color away from the image.

At this point the image was still white (uncolored).

I then took a yellow colored pencil and just hit a few spots on the flowers. And I colored the flower centers with a Wink of Stella marker, which gives it a very subtle shimmer.




I hope you'll participate in the 
International Art & Soul "Monochromatic" Challenge!


October 1 - 14


Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Supplies Used

Stamps: Unity Abundant Blessings stamped with Brilliance Graphite Black Ink and colored with a Zig Marker, a Wink of Stella Marker, and Derwent Intense Colored Pencils

Papers: Canson Watercolor Paper, Stampin' UP! Crushed Curry CS and DP from my scrap file

Embellishments: Michael's Rhinestones

3 comments:

  1. Just beautiful!!! Love your monochromatic technique as well!

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  2. A beautiful card Jeanette - and great use of the technique. Love the end result
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. Gorgeous work with this great image!!

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