Saturday, July 16, 2011

Pen Work Projects



Good morning crafty friends,

I just wanted to share a few projects I had made last year using the “pens” option with my machine.



Vintage Layout
wild rose layout 500
Here is a view of the entire layout.
angled shot
Here is a close up of the flowers I used my “pens” to add the pen work in the center of the flowers. I then changed out the pen for the blade and while the mat was still loaded proceeded to “cut out” the flowers. Once the flower were cut, I added a little bit of shading to the edges and curled the petals for some dimension. Very fast and easy with some nice results.
closeup of border
Here is a close up of the border. I “drew” it right on to the background paper. It was very fast and easy and I didn’t have to worry about the paper “tearing” trying to get the intricate detail. I just let the pen do the work :-)



YOU ROCK CARD
you rock card
Here is a pic of the completed card.
angled view2
Here is a close up of the “pen” work. I used the Cri-Kits gel pens for this one. I designed the die cut and used my pens to “fill in” the wings and the flourish in the middle of the heart. I colored the heart in with  my Copic Markers as ell as the crown and the outline of the wings.



Hope this inspires you to get your pens and markers out and give them a try. There are several options out there for using “pens” with your machine.  Whether you have a Cricut, Pazzles, Silhouette or other Electronic Die Cutting Machine, this option is available to you and opens up your design ideas!

CLICK HERE to go to our challenge and add your project and check out what the rest of the DT did!



SNEAK PEAK!
Be sure to come back by tomorrow as I will be posting a super pretty Quick Quotes project using their July Club Q Kit and a tutorial on making some pretty flowers!
closeup of flourishes and flowers-500j

Have a wonderful day!

1 comment:

Sandra said...

WOW These are fantastic thanks for sharing them :) Sandra H