Monday, March 20, 2017
A great day enjoyed by wonderful ladies, learning the black magic technique. I did this technique on a card and thought why not try a scrap layout using the same idea. This was a great way to try out our new water colour pencils as well. They were a hit. This is very easy, with great effect.
This was one of my samples, using night photos.
This layout was created by Linda, using colours calypso coral and Tempting torquoise , super cute.
Sue's layout looks stunning using colours, real red, daffodil delight and pumpkin pie.
Sue's second layout, using colours tempting turquoise and calypso coral, beautiful.
Noleen's with the vibrant real red, garden green, and choc chip. Looking forward to seeing it with the photo's.
This looks great Bermuda bay and daffodil delight, looks speculation in real life. Great job Bev.
Have a go at this technique either with a card or scrap layout, you will be happy with the result.
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