AECP Level 2 Polychromatic Class

On to the next class in Level 2 and the title is Polychromatic.  I watched the videos, took notes and watched the videos again.  I finally decided that the mono color layout was the technique that was the one that I found one that I had limited experience with.  I selected a large daisy like stamp from the Smile More stamp set.  I thought yellow would be a good happy color to use for the card layout.   The card stock is a light yellow from Stampin’ Up I had in my paper collection.  I cut the sheet in half so I had more space to stamp the flower and then select the part of the paper I liked the best.

Stamping was done using Versaclair Cheerful Yellow ink which versatile ink.  It is stays wet enough to emboss with and can be used as a dry ink.  I dusted the paper with my embossing buddy anti-static poweder first. I used my MISTI stamping platform, secured the stamp to the cover, inked the stamp.  I added clear embossing powder to the image, heat set it and then rotated the paper to stamp the next flower and emboss.

When I was finished I used my awesome set of Prismacolor pencils and the different shades of yellow that I had in my set.  I started with the lightest shade of yellow to color in the petals.  Then I used a slightly darker shades of yellow to begin the shading and coloring  of the petals.  I added a darker yellow for the center of the flower.  That worked the best without being too dark.

Once I was finished coloring I selected the part of the paper that came out the best as I need to die cut a piece for the card front.  The card layout was a horizontal one with a left fold.  I used a stitched edge die from My Favorite Things for the yellow paper and for the piece of striped vellum. I die cut the Altenew hello  from a light yellow card stock.  I have a embossing and die from Stampin’ Up that creates paper buttons.   I tiny hole punch allowed me to thread the jute string to tie a bow.  Some carefully placed white glue  for the hello die and then behind the die to glue the vellum to the card front.  I few tiny pieces of foam tape for the paper button.  Another class done!

Souza yellow
Nancy Souza Level 2 Polychromatic

Supplies

  • Altenew Smile More flower stamp
  • Altenew hello script die
  • Prisma colored pencils- shades of yellow
  • Versaclair Cheerful Yellow ink
  • Clear embossing powder and a heat tool
  • My Favorite Things stitched rectangle dies
  • Stamapin’Up button embossed and die
  • May Arts thin jute twine
  • Embossing buddy
  • Stampin’ Up yellow card stock
  • Stiped vellum
  • White card stock
  • White craft glue
  • 3M tape runner and foam tape

 

One thought on “AECP Level 2 Polychromatic Class”

  1. Had you not mentioned that you used pencils on your flowers, I would never have known, nor I can tell that the images are embossed.. this is why close-up photos are so important, they show us the details what a full photo cant show us. I hope you understand what I am trying to explain 🙂 Lovely colour. Great use of one colour in a very clever way, the detailing on the flowers makes them stand out from the background yet still keep them subtle enough not to take away from the focal “hello”.
    Thank you for entering your work to the AECP assignment gallery.

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