Friday, February 10, 2012

Paint Fusion Fuchsia's

Hello Everyone!!!  Dawn B here today to show you another sneak peek of the soon to be released Sheena Douglas Paint Fusion Stamps at Crafter's Companion.  I used the Fuchsia's for my project today.


At first when I saw these images, I was a bit unsure of how to proceed.  I had to do a Google search to find out what colors to use. Then I had to do some searching about the Paint Fusion stamps and techniques. Sheena Douglas has some video tutorials on how she paints her stamps. As I don't have any of the paints that Sheena uses for her Paint Fusion projects, I decided to try her painting technique using my Spectrum Noir markers.  I am pretty happy with the way the flowers and leaves came out.  

I stamped the flowers onto cryogen card stock (you can see the sparkle of the paper in my pictures) and colored them with the Spectrum Noir markers.  I then fussy cut each flower and leaf out.  Each flower and leaf are popped up using pop dots.  I was going for a layered look.

Spectrum Noir markers used: DR5, DR3, DR1, PP5, PP3, PL5, PL4, PL3, PL2, PL1, JG6, DG4, DG3, DG2

Here is a side view to show the layers:


A closer look at my colored flowers:

See you next week for another Sneak Peek of another new stamp line being released soon....

Please note: the actual rubber stamp image may be smaller than appears here.

Don't forget to check out the Crafter's Companion USA challenge blog for the February challenge of Something Sweet.   If you enter the challenge, you have a chance to win some awesome stamps from Crafter's Companion.

Thanks For Stopping By!!!!

Dawn B

3 comments:

Dawn's Craft Place said...

This turned out beautiful!!!
I love the dimension and vibrant colors...
Great job sweetie

Kathy said...

This is just stunning!!! The colors are amazing.Love the layers.Excellent Job...

'cils said...

I am also interested in coloring these stamped images with Spectrum Noir markers. Are there any video instructions, I can only find the ones of Sheena using paints.
Thanks