I haven't been able to play in the One Layer Wednesday challenge for a while, but this week I managed to get three cards finished! The challenge this week is hosted by Jennifer at Styles Ink and she has challenged us to create a card that is not a square or rectangle...so here we go....
I guess my first card could be construed as a rectangle, but I choose to think of it as shaped card. I cut it out using my largest die in this Spellbinder's label set. To leave a fold at the top of the card, I just positioned the die so that the folded edge was below the cutting edge at the top of the die. I've chosen to draw my designs this week and the only stamping on any of my cards is the sentiments. The sentiment for this card is from PTI. I drew my tangles with a black micron pen, then added some color with Prismacolor pencils. I've been wanting to try coloring my tangles for a while, because I've seen some beautiful tangles with color added and I was determined that I would figure it out! LOL! I've used quite a few different colors and done a lot of layering, blending, and shading with the colored pencils. After I finished this first card, I was hooked on adding color! I love how this turned out!
For my second card, I chose to use a scalloped Spellbinder die and using the same method, I cut the die leaving a fold at the top of the card. For this card I stamped the sentiment from PTI, then added my tangles and coloring. I didn't get it quite centered on the card...but hey, I tried!
I guess you could say this third card is REALLY out of the box! I used my large scalloped banner die from Spellbinders and cut my card using the same method as those above to have the fold at the top. I stamped my sentiment from PTI on the top near the fold, then drew my tangles around the sentiment. I had a hard time figuring out if I wanted this in a portrait or landscape orientation because it won't stand up either way. The red/pink area was drawn using the tangle Nzeppel. After I finished this card and looked at it for a minute, I decided that the Nzeppel reminded me of a stained glass window.
I must say, I've really gotten into coloring my tangles...and I'm loving the results!
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