Tuesday, December 13, 2011

MIM #45


Hey everybody, 
One more day until holidays starts Yay! I watched PTI's MIM video today and made a card for Make It Monday #45.
This technique is very cool. Colouring using copics on embossed images:)
Here is the link to the video by Lisa Johnson.
And here is my take on the technique.



I used Four of a Kind stamp set from Papertrey Ink and embossed the image using white embossing powder. Then coloured with copics and also did some shading. The sentiment tag is a printable from Papertrey Ink released during the anniversay celebrations. Here is the link to the printable tags.

This is a very cool way of adding colour and texture to a card especially against the dark background. Thanks for sharing the technique, Lisa!

Thanks for stopping by!

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12 comments:

Julie said...

Wonderful vibrant colours! Love it - great technique!

Elena said...

very cool effect!

Michelle said...

Wow, Gayatri, what a vibrant card! It's beautiful!

Hussena said...

Wow.....your card looks just Stunning!!!Great choice of colours and Stamp..Wow Again:)

Joyce said...

This is just beautiful. So vibrant.

Mommy said...

Gayatri - I love your card and your take on the challenge! I made one but am going to do my next one on dark cardstock. I love the flowers you embossed! Just gorgeous! :)

Marybeth said...

Wow! This looks amazing!

Kara said...

this looks awesome!

Jen Adcock said...

Wow! To be honest, I didn't really feel anything much about the MIM..well enough to get off my backside and have a go ...well, that is until now. Jeebus, Gayatri, this is so fabulous! The colours are divine. You've made those blooms pop. So stunning!

Helen F. said...

Your card is amazing, Gayatri! I love the deep, rich colors you used for the MIM technique this week!

Sabr said...

Wow!! Absolutely gorgeous!!

Ally said...

Love this beautiful bright and bold card for the MIM challenge. The colors you chose are fabulous, especially with such a gorgeous stamp. Beautiful. ;-)

 
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