I've used mulitliners here on my page in my smashbook to deepen the lines in a stamped image and to record the colours I used on the Silver Fairy stamp.
The image in the top left hand corner was stamped with Momento Black ink, but as the page is watercolour paper, it's textured and the stamp didn't come out clearly, so I went over some of the lines in the stamp to make her more visible on the page.
Here's a closer shot of the Silver Fairy stamp.
This is a closer shot of the colours used and the flute playing goddess in the corner! The page was created using several colours of Starburst mica sprays and layers of stamping.
I am personally giving away
One copy of Copicendium
for one lucky entrant in this month's
Mad for Markers challenge!
All you have to do is create any copic marker project and use a multiliner on your project, the Design Team have been posting some fabulous ideas for you.
So if you'd like to own your very own copy of Volume 4 enter the challenge and I'll select someone who will win! Artists appearing in this issue are Alyce Keegan, Natalie May, Emma Eads, Gin Thomson, Melissa Goodman
last but certainly not least is Sammi, proud owner of Mad for Markers! This is one very talented lineup.
PS. Sorry I've been a bit missing from my blog over the past few weeks, I've only been posting my DT work. I've been busy creating wedding invitations for my daughter's wedding. Once they are posted out, I'll give you a peek at them. I'm also making the bouquets and buttonholes out of some stunning artificial flowers. It's too hot for real flowers here in January!
Kasey ~ in Oz