Monday, September 5, 2016

PTI MIM #260: From Black and White To Color

Danielle shared her tips and tricks for stamping a black and white background, cutting off a border or die-cutting the center of the image. What's left of the main image is then colored using something like Copics or Zigs. That colored piece is then popped up and aligned with the strip or placed back in the die-cut opening. You can watch her video here on Nichole's blog. She showed two great examples: one cut vertically on the left and the other an oval die cut from the center. Here's my take for this week's Make It Monday Challenge at Papertrey Ink.




Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Harvest Gold
Ink: Royal Velvet, Harvest Gold and Winter Wisteria
Stamps: What The Doodle: Feathers
Dies: Mat Stack #6
Other: Bold Blossoms Watercolor Sheet, Zig Clean Color Real Brush, Paintbrush (splatters), WOS White Shimmer, Corner Chomper and SU Dimensionals

16 comments:

  1. So pretty, Kathy! I love the pops of your blue/mauve flowers.

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  2. Very pretty. Love how you framed that oval.

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  3. This is so pretty, Kathy, with its shades of purple. I prefer the look the way you did it with the center highlighted. It appears more finished/intentional that way.

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  4. This is gorgeous. It looks so striking where the image goes from b & w to colored.

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  5. Beautiful colors for the flowers and I think the oval die cut shape was perfect for these clusters of flowers!

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  6. Fabulous, Kathy! I love the die cut shape you used. It looks so stunning!

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  7. Beautiful, beautiful card Kathy! Love how you did this technique with the die cut too...very striking! Lovely coloring too!! :0)

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  8. Kathy this looks so pretty with the oval clusters! Such pretty colors on a gorgeous card!

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  9. So very pretty with those purple colors!

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  10. What a sweet card. I love how you used the oval die cut to color the flowers just around the sentiment. Really lovely.

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  11. Beautiful card using Danielle's technique. Love the die cut and your lovely flowers, Kathy!

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  12. Gorgeous card Kathy! Love how you colored those beautiful blossoms! Great take on the MIM challenge :) Thank you for keeping my sister and family in your thoughts and prayers :)

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  13. Oh, so pretty. I absolutely love the colors you used.

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  14. Wonderful take on the technique, Kathy!

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