September 27, 2012

New Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Subtle Tones

I am really enjoying the new Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft colors,Subtle Tones, so I decided to create a very light and neutral card, something a little "out of the box" for me. 
 
I have a photo tutorial on the creation of this card on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft blog HERE.
 
All stamps by Penny Black: 40-111 Breezy, 30-113 Petal Party, 1999L Letter Background
 
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9 comments :

Pam W Merwin said...

Oh Jill, this is gorgeous - love the "subtle" colors and as always your work is beautiful - you inspire me :) About to checkout the video!

Kathy Humphrey said...

Oh I love this watercolor look, Jill. Simply gorgeous!

PaperPixie said...

This is totally fantastic! I love the look of the ferns and the way you added dimension after stamping. The finger rubbing over the emboss is a genius idea too. Lots of inspirational techniques here!

Brenda said...

I think this is fabulous Jill! Love those natural tones and your card design is simply wonderful!

tina said...

beautiful card

Evelyn S. said...

Yes, neutral colors are a little different for you! But this is so lovely, Jill.

Sarpreet said...

It has been a long time since I have been on your blog and commented. Earlier this year my mother passed away. I did not have the will to live let alone face my craft space. I am slowly getting back into things. I must say I love your blog, your work. Your willingness to share your talent, your colour combinations. I love your cards. Although your blog is Inspired by, I am Inspired by you. I especially love your Penny Black cards, they inspire me to use my huge collection of stamps in ways I wouldnt have thought of. Thank you. I know I will continue to see many more inspirational cards, and I hope you remain a Penny Black DT member, for as long as possible.

Debbie said...

Fabulous! These are really nice subtle tones!

Cat Craig said...

This is just so yummy. Love the touches do the exposed corners, the inking and shading. Beautiful work.