Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Black Magic Technique with Dylusions Stamps


 
Morning,  I had a lovely day yesterday playing with new crafty stuff that I bought  at Ally Pally on Sunday.

I had a super time with my friends but spent far too much!

 I fell in love with these stamps from Ranger called Dylusions.

 I've made some really bright bookmarks using my PanPastels  and these stamps that I will be posting on Sunday.... in the meantime I also made this card.

Using the 'solid leaves' from the set, I stamped onto black card stock with White Pigment Ink, dried the image with a heat gun, coloured in with Prisma  or ordinary coloured pencils and a white gel pen. Job done! Easy or wot!

 More new followers......Thank you sooo much and thanks also for taking the time to look at my blog and leave such lovely kind comments ...
Be back soon
Eileen xx

10 comments:

  1. oh Hun,this is just so beautiful,those colours and that image are just stunning,love this hugs Cherylxxxxxxx

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  2. Well look at what your doing now!

    Great stuff, there's no stopping you.

    Dont worry about the money, enjoy XXXX

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  3. I love the look of colouring with pencils onto white stamped images - always effective.

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  4. This is such a great technique. Great result xxx

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  5. Hello Eileen. Your Blog post caught my eye at Miranda's blog list. I was intriqued by the words "Black Magic Technique". And it is beautiful ! I love this creation ! I also took a peak thru your blog and like your work, I will become a follower. Have a great day, Shirley

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  6. Hi Eileen, what a lovely design again, you've certainly been busy. Dee xxx

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  7. Isn't it great to play with new stash. Fabulous splash of colours.

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  8. Love your new stamps Eileen, what a great way to create colour on black, fabulous card.
    Hope your week is going well.
    hugs {brenda} xox
    PS letter in the post - rather late - sorry xox

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  9. I missed this one Eileen,

    Very nice and a bit different.

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  10. This is lovely Eileen, the colours are really vibrant.By the way, plucked up courage to post some pan designs. Eek. Jools. xx

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