21 May 2010

Mad for Markers Feathered Blending

Ohhhh.... I am sorry! My intentions were to have this post scheduled for this morning but things got away from me :( My apologies - I promise it will not happen again!


Here is my creation for Mad for Markers this week. There is a challenge on at the moment to use the technique of Feathered Blending. The gorgeous Sammi has done a wonderful video tutorial so if you haven't feather blended before, everything you need to know is in one clever video. But we promise you - it is simple and the effect! WOW! Ever wanted to do that two tone thing so it blends into each other - then feathered blending is for you.


I have feathered the wings on this lovely Magnolia "Fairytale Tilda" with R81 and G 12. There is a close up pic below this main pic if you want to see the detail a little more clearly. I have also dressed up my doily again! I have another post to do for tonight and guess what is on that card too? Yup - dressy doily! Eeeek! Fran - you've created a craze!








I have used Copics:

E11, 00, 000, 31
R 20, 81, 83, 85
G 12, 14
YR 20
Y 21 35
Spica - clear

This gorgeous Magnolia stamp is from Tickled Pink Stamps and the pretty paper is Basic Grey Kioshi from Delicious Papercrafting.
See you later!

7 comments:

  1. Wow this is gorgeous you did a great job with the feathering!
    hugs
    Sue x

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  2. LOVE the way you're colours and feathering match you ribbon - just gorgeous!
    xXx

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  3. This is sooo adorable Kylie! I really love it!
    Sammi
    xxx

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  4. This is sooo cute Kylie! I love your doliy and that ribbon is just gorgeous!

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  5. OMG..I adore this card. Wow Kylie, your feathering is beyond amazing. Love it. hugs xo Jackie

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  6. Kylie, Your card is breathtaking. One of my favourite Fairytale images, your colouring and feathering is beautiful. Love your coloured ribbon too, just perfect. Hugs Jodie from Oz

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  7. WOW!!!! Kylie, this is gorgeous... LOVE IT!!! Bec xx

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