Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Tulp


Gisteravond heb ik dit kaartje gemaakt. De sketch is van Truly scrumptious, maar daar hoorde ook nog bij zwart, wit en één andere kleur en dat is niet helemaal gelukt. Maakt niet uit, ik vond de sketch erg leuk en wilde hem gewoon gebruiken. De mooie tulp is een digitale stempel van Softpencil. Ik heb de tulp ingekleurd met derwent potloden en daarna heb ik de afbeelding uitgesneden met de cirkel nestabilities. Het witte vierkant eronder is geëmbost met de swiss dots embossingfolder van cuttlebug. Op een witte kaart heb ik de rode strepen achtergrond geprint. De steentjes zijn zwarte cabochons. De tekst is op de computer gemaakt.

Yesterday evening I made this card. The sketch is from Truly scrumptious, but you also had to use black and white and one other colour, but I used two colours. I just liked the sketch and wanted to use it anyway. The beautiful tulip is a digital image from Softpencil. I coloured the tulip with derwent pencils and after the coloruing I cut it out with the circle nestabilities. The white square was embossed with the swiss dots embossing folder from cuttlebug. I printed the red stripes on a white card. On the red paper I added some black cabochons. The sentiment (happy birthday) was computer generated.

IMAGE: Tulip from Softpencil. CS: White cs, black and red papicolor paper. ACCESSORIES: Derwent pencils, black satin ribbon, hotfix cabochons, swiss dots embossing folder.

7 comments:

  1. So pretty! Beautiful coloring job!!

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  2. Hi Larissa, gorgeous card and the tulip image is wonderful! Great colouring and colour scheme too. Chris xx

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  3. Oh this is beautiful what a fabulous colour scheme dear and such a great image so beautifully coloured
    Hugs Jacqui x

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  4. oh my gosh...the coloring on this image is just perfection!

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  5. You have done a great work! so beautiful card!!!

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  6. Angela (SCS monkeymama)3 August 2009 at 02:34

    This really is a beautiful sketch!  I love how striking the red/black/white is, too!  Your coloring is fabulous!

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