In this case I chose to use a brayer and apply Encore Ultimate Metallic Blue Pigment ink by Tsukinako to the flat surface [or the female side] of the E-folder. I used pigment ink because it takes longer to dry and covers the plastic surface better than a dye ink would have done. This lovely E-folder by Sizzix really gives a deep and crisp image and the white just pops up off the blue background.
I added the black die cut rectangle to help set off the image - but did not want a larger rectangle that would block off some of the background. The die gives the cut the ticket stub corners, so I repeated that same corner idea on the music layer using a Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper with their Ticket Stub punch. This layer was mounted on black CS of an A-2 size.
The focal image was colored in a Copic coloring class I took a couple of years back - the only record I have of the source is a cryptic "SAFARTIC"?? If anyone knows the source for this image, please leave a comment?! In addition to fussy cutting the image I sculpted her from the back and mounted her with foam tape to add dimmension. I did jot down the colors if you are interested: Hair: Y23,24,28 Skin: E50,51,53,55 Outfit: B91,93,95,97,99 Reds: R14.
The embellishments include the narrow strip of blue, satin ribbon, the blue tinted bling from Me and My Big Ideas and shiny gold foil added to the stars on her jacket with the aid of Duo Glue.
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Stunning card I have tried this technique never seems to work well for me!ReplyDelete
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A lovely cute image. Perfect foe a girl nowadays. ElaineReplyDelete
Super cute card! As always, I'm impressed with your coloring of the image, and too, the result of you ink/embossing folder technique; it's stunning!!! Always good to see and be inspired by lovelies from you.ReplyDelete
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Fabulous background-now I interpreted this challenge wrongly as stamping/with an embossing folder as stamping and use an embossing folder oopsReplyDelete
Great Card! Thank you for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door! Looking forward to seeing you again in the next challenge and good luck!ReplyDelete
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Too cute!! Great coloring as well.ReplyDelete
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Love your musical card.ReplyDelete
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Gorgeous card, Ginny. Cute image. Thank you for joining us at As You Like It. Luv, WilmaReplyDelete
Great Card, beautiful complication from the Background and Image. Thanks for joining us at EAC. MichiReplyDelete
Oh your card is super cute! Love it! Thank you so much for sharing at Oddball Art Blog! Good luck and hugs Julie DT xoxReplyDelete
Love your sweet card, Ginny. Isn't it nice to use a long ago colored image?!ReplyDelete