Friday, June 9, 2017

Only One



There's a new challenge at PDE Linky Party. It's the second Friday of the month, so the challenge is CARDS. But the optional part of the challenge is to make a one layer card. Yikes! For me, that was quite a challenge.

First of all, I love love LOVE layers of paper... and I love DP! But I'm always willing to give a challenge my best attempt, so I'm on this.

I used that extra heavy Recollections CS so that the ink wouldn't bleed through and stamped this darling little girl in her rain jacket/boots on the card front. But I knew my Copics would definitely bleed through, so I colored her with the Chameleon Colored Pencils that I got last  month. I still have a bit of a learning curve with them, but I'm trying.






Of course, I needed a bit of color on the card front - even though it was a single layer, so I used painter's tape to mark off a little strip on the side and I "colored" that area using a marker that I actually purchased for my Bible Journaling since I knew it would not bleed. And the fun part is, you can also color stamps with these markers and stamp with them (as long as you don't want a crisp/clean image) so I stamped my "clouds" with the markers, too. Truth be told, that's camouflage, but I needed it to be clouds... so for the purpose of this card, it is clouds. Work with me on this, okay?

I didn't do much at all on the inside, since it is a single layer card, but I did put another "line" of color on the edge.



Please be sure to play along with the Card Challenge at PDE Linky Party - maybe even try to do a single layer card.




Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Supplies Used

Stamps: CC Designs Little Cloudy and Sunshine stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored with Chameleon Colored Pencils and Joy Clair God's Army stamped with Fiber Castell Pitt Bib Brush Markers

Paper: (*gasp! only one!) Recollections 110# White CS

Embellishments: Recollections Rhinestones

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2 comments:

Lynn McAuley said...

You did a fabulous job on this adorable one layer design, Jeanette! I can't seem to master my Chameleon Pens. Glad I only bought 10.

Maxine D said...

Love it Jeanette - and great work on a technique that you are not comfortable with.
Blessings
Maxine

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