Saturday, June 15, 2013

Rose Card Details

Good morning crafty friends,
Hope your Weekend is off to a great crafty start! I am sharing the details on how I created my Rose card with you today. I created this card for this week’s Digi Desserts Fridaze post.



Here is a look at my finished card.


I started with these dies. They are all by Spellbinders.

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I cut out two of the frame dies and then lined them up.


I cut a piece of paper to back the frames and adhered it to the backs and trimmed the corners.


This is what the finished frame looks like.

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I then took the little medallion die and cut off one edge on each corner of the face of the card. Doing this created a faux photo corner.

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Here is what the front of the card base looked like. I added some pearl gems.

I used my Copic markers to color my image. This is a digital stamp from PaperCraftingWorld.com called The Rose Bundle DS
Here is a quick step by step coloring guide
  Please ignore the big rose in the bottom center. I got the bright idea to take photos of the coloring process AFTER I had been working on that rose Winking smile
I started by coloring the roses in with my R32 marker. I left some of the tips white.



Next, I went back over with my R35. I used this color more towards the center of the flower petals.


Third step: I added in my R37. Once again I started by adding it to the center of the flowers. I was trying to create “depth” by coloring it this way.

After going back over the red parts with my R32 and R35 to “blend” the colors, I next colored the leaves in with my G02 green as pictured.


Next, I added G05 towards the centers and bottoms to give the leaves depth.


My third color green was G07. Once again I colored more towards the enter and along the “veins” to give a strong contrast.

Finally I added in my YG05 to give the leaves a yellow green highlights. I did go back over and try to blend with the various colors. I also used my C4 to add just an extra touch of depth to some of the areas on the roses that would naturally be more shaded.

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I cut my image out and added some foam tape to give them some dimension.


I cut out the Renaissance Hearts Die medallion and then adhered it to some of the same DCWV patterned paper. I then trimmed around it to create a border of the medallion.
Once I did that, I adhered the finished rose digi to the center.


Finally, I placed some foam tape under the rose-medallion combo and then added that to the base of the front of the card….and finished!


Here is one last look at the finished card.


I used the following products to completed this projects
DCWV Stack: Fresh Floral Stack

fresh floral stack
PaperCraftingWorld.com
Rose Bundle Digital Printable

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Spellbinders Classic Frame-Frameabilities Die
classic frame-framabilities
Spellbinders Shapeabilities Pendants - Renaissance Heart
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Copic Markers: R32, R35, R37, C4, YG05, G02, G05, G07
Misc. Pearl Gems
Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your crafty time with me.  Don't forget to head over to the DDF post from yesterday and check out what the other gals created! CLICK HERE

Please be sure to swing back by tomorrow as I share another project and hopefully some great crafty inspiration too!
melin-sigj

2 comments:

Sandra H said...

Oooooooh this is really gorgeous xx

Brenda said...

Wow Melin this is just beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial too. I like to see how people color to learn more, I need a lot of practice!! lol But I'm trying. Thanks for always sharing your talent with us, you are so full of crafty goodness! Hugs!