10/06/2014

Join Me for the ShinHan Marker Blog Hop


Welcome to the ShinHan Touch Twin Marker Blog Hop! 





This month I am following {Carol-Anne Grenier's Blog.}   We have over 40 Close to My Heart Consultants participating in our ShinHan Touch Twin Marker Blog Hop.   If you lose your place while traveling through our blog hop, the complete list of participants can be found here.    


                    


And now for my project.  This card requires no great coloring skills.  Just lots of bright, colorful alcohol ink from our wonderful ShinHan Touch Twin markers.

I was teaching the Brite White Card Workshop that the very talented Wendy Coffman designed.  I needed to get a little of my input into the workshop, so I redesigned the Bee card and used up some extra pieces of the honeycomb pattern.  Here it is.



First of all I want to say that this card is made entirely out of white cardstock.  There is absolutely no colored cardstock in this card.  The colored honeycomb is colored with the Golden Yellow ShinHan Touch Twin Marker.  The black "cardstock" is actually white cardstock colored black with our Black ShinHan Touch Twin Marker.  This was a fun way to play with the markers and see how great they cover and how easy they are to use.

What I liked about the markers was that they are easy to open and close, have a ton of ink, blend well, cover your surface completely, and  beginners can just pick them up and start coloring.

I also used our Quatrefoil embossing folder to add some background interest.  All of the images are cut using the Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge.

Thank you for visiting my blog.  I would love for you to leave me a comment and then please go to our next artist, {Adeline Brill's Blog.}

You can purchase any of the supplies listed below on my website.  


Supplies Used


10 comments:

  1. I love your "not-so- white' card! Great idea!

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  2. Very cute card! I love the fact it is only using white cardstock.

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  3. So cute and too fun in using the markers to create your own colored cardstock! Hmmm... :)

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  4. Fabulous card! Love the pop of orange and I love how you did the background on this card.

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  5. Too Cute! Your shading is awesome it really brings the card to life.

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