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Saturday, 9 May 2015

Willow from Hannah Lynn (with a mini tutorial)

Hello all!  I've got a little tutorial for you today on a funky handmade background and some colouring tips.

I've used Willow digi by Hannah Lynn  coloured with promarkers.  The background is handmade, if you scroll down I'll walk you through it.  The clock die has been altered with Viva croco cracking paint in silver, just slap it on nice and thick and let it dry for about a day.  I put mine on my fishtank hood to dry it from underneath.



Background walk through.  First take a piece of card stock (250gsm and above) and paint on some walnut ink.  I've used Moonshadow Ink which is a walnut stain tinted with colour which is gorgeous.  Next, whilst it's wet, drop on some ROCK SALT. Yep rock salt.  They make the pitted dots you can see on the pic.  Set it aside to dry and then brush the salt right off.

Next have a rummage around the house for something circular.  I used the lid off a roll on deodorant I'd just finished.  Have another rummage for anything "painty" - Acrylic paint, liquid pearls, distress dabbers, what you fancy.  I used pink liquid pearls and dabbed around my circle lid and stamped straight on.  I'm throwing it out anyhow but if you needed to clean set some baby wipes aside.  I then used some green distress pain dauber and did the same and finally my gold distress dauber and just splatted that right on as its circular afterall.
Easy peasy!






Here's a close up of my hair.  I used the fine tips on promarkers and just intermingled frency navy, lush green and mulberry and blended in with powder blue, apple and baby pink.  The lighter colours I only used one or two on each strand so you get a dominant colour giving a more rainbow look. Flick the darker shades in from each corner at varying lengths and combinations so blue and pink, blue and green, pink blue and green mix them right up.




Thanks for stopping by and hope I've been useful!

Vix

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful card Vix and a fantastic tutorial, the background looks fun to make and it seems that you can't go wrong and if it did it would not matter. x

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