Tuesday, 22 February 2011

More Cool things with Promarkers

I'm enjoying doing all these cool things with my promarkers, and the girls seem to be enjoying it too because every time I try to do something they are right at my elbows lol


So here's another couple of ideas for you...
I have coloured a decent sized area of cardstock by blending some colours, I think I used Poppy, Bright Orange, Mandarin and Pumpkin for this one, using the broad (chisel) nib...
Then I made my own little inkpad with some Cut n Dry and covered it with blending solution
Then I "inked up" the Hero Arts - Canvas Stripes CG196 with my blending solution inkpad...
And stamped it over the promarker background...
So have a play with different stamps and you don't just have to stick to background stamps either.


After I finished with that technique I thought it might be pretty if I used the plain coloured promarker background with some of my other Hero Arts stamps, and this is what I came up with...
I used Grass, Bright Green, Lime Green, Yellow, Gold and Pumpkin promarkers and Hero Arts - Flower Bird Garden CG270


I'd love to see how you are all getting on, so if you've been trying any of these techniques or any different ones then leave me a comment and I'll pop over and see them on your blog


11 comments:

Suze Bain said...

These are great Debbi. I don't have any blending solution (something else to add to the shopping list!) but the 'garden' scene is gorgeous.

Leanne said...

Thanks for sharing this fab technique. I'll have to try with something else.

Paula said...

Love these techniques - the second one with theblack embossing (?) is a real stunner. thanks for doing these - it's always so interesting to think outside the box.
Paula (PEP)

kath said...

you go girl...you are totally rocking those PM's...big hugs kath xxx

Vintage Milly said...

Oh wow, this is great and am going to give it a go, just ordered some blending solution, thanks for the inspiration,
Em.x

SusieLou said...

I haven't had a chance to try the techniques yet, but I'm thoroughly enjoying seeing your creations and learning what to do! Susie x

Mona E said...

Wow!!! Love the seamless transition between the colours! Fab job!

Hugs...Mona

CraftyC said...

Wow Debbi, I would never thought of that. The end result looks stunning!
Clairexx

Shazza said...

great ideas, I must find time to try them out x

Kat said...

Hi Debbi, loving the ideas you've been coming up with this week. Love what you've done today.

Kat xx

Auntie Em said...

This is a great technique! Love the black on the brights.
Thanks for sharing! :o)

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