Wednesday, August 10, 2011

A great technique for a beautiful photo

The challenge:  colouring ribbon with Copics.

The inspiration:  I want to go there!!

The card:  not that different from Nichole's but I do like it

I love the idea of being able to customise ribbon like this, unfortunately mine wasn't PTI and didn't appear to work quite as well.  The white edging really helps to lift the image and I love the navy flowers (thanks for the idea Michelle).

What you need
Cardstock - Bazzill Basics Navy;  PTI Kraft;  SU white
Stamps - PTI Botanical Silhouettes, Fillable Frames
Ink - SU Night of Navy, Old Olive;  PTI Fresh Snow
Copics - B12, B99
Ribbon and Gems - Kaisercraft


  1. It came out great! Your composition and colors harmonize so beautifully and the ribbon looks perfect to me! I have not viewed the video yet but it looks very intriguing, will have to give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Are you telling me you hand-coloured that ribbon??? No way!! It's perfect! You're welcome to the idea, I might just have to borrow this one back off you! :-) Gorgeous card.

  3. Stunning! Those flowers look amazing and the ribbon compliments them perfectly. xx

  4. This is so very pretty. I think your ribbon looks perfect. Thanks for joining us at FYI this week.

  5. This is gorgeous - fabulous take on the inspiration! Thanks for playing at FYI!

  6. Love the pairing of navy with kraft! Beautiful CAS design! So glad you played along with us at FYI!

  7. Beautiful card Cassandra! I really like the colors and simple layout. This also reminds me that I need to acutally use this stamp set:) So glad you joined us at FYI!

  8. A beautiful card that looks just amazing. Here's mine!

  9. Very nice. I watched this video as well. You did a splendid job coloring the ribbon, Cassandra. Nice CAS layout.

  10. It's tricky getting those stripes on the ribbon isn't it! I did it too and it took a couple of attempts! Really great card. Thanks for joining us at FYI.


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