Sunday, August 12, 2007

*Colour Changing Primas*

The end of the weekend already.... time sure flies!

I managed to spend a good chunk of my day yesterday down in my stamp space. I made only three cards, but I had a lot of fun. I started playing with my Prismacolor Professional Quality Coloured Pencils, Odorless Paint Thinner and blending stumps. A card takes a lot longer to make when you are building up colour this way. My pencil crayon cards will come up in a few days.

Today, let me tell you how easy it is to make your Prima Flowers whatever colour you want! Simply use some water, some dye based re-inker and a container. I put the Primas in a container, spritzed them with some water and added a few drops of re-inker... swirled the flowers around in it and then let them dry. The flowers on this card started out as a very pale yellow and I changed them using Rose Red ink.

I now need more pale coloured Primas so I can change their colours to suit my cards!

This card used the sketch from Challenge #129 at Splitcoast.

Items Used:
*Cardstock: Stampin' Up! Whisper White, Rose Red, Regal Rose
*Images: Stampin' Up! All Holidays
*Ink: Stampin' Up! Rose Red
*Tools: Marvy Giga Scallop Circle and Mega Circle Punches, White Gel Pen
*Embellishments: Prima Flowers, Bling

3 comments:

Flossie's Follies said...

What a pretty card, really like had you made the saying circular, thanks for the tip on coloring the primas.

stampingranny said...

Way cool on the Prima tip! Darling card! Deb

Tracy.H said...

Great card, Nancy! I love this stamp. I will have to try this with my Primas. I have some of those little ones too, but never use them because they are pale plum and yellow...will definitely have to give this a try! :0)