Monday, September 12, 2011

Crayon Glassine with Rogue Redhead Designs stamps


I thought I'd see how the newest Rogue Redhead Design stamps, Beach Babes, looked stamped on my crayon glassine paper, and I really liked the effect! I melted crayons in the blues and greens family onto the glassine and achieved a really nice watery texture. The boat image was a perfect fit. I also found that I could color in the sail and add highlights with a white gel pen.

Here is the same idea with the heron stamp, again with the white highlights. Check out the RRD blog for many more ideas using their newest stamp set.

6 comments:

lynne said...

Your background really captures the movement of water.
You always create with such style.
Lynne x

Janine said...

Hi Penny, you're very good at this, I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee the blue see and the cards are so gorgeous. i hadn't yet the time to try the glassine, but this week, i'll try it too. Have a great week, big hug from janine

- - Sheryl - - said...

this is beautiful!

Shar said...

Such a cool technique and it definitely does a wonderful job of creating an artistic ocean of texture and color! Gorgeous!

Wax Beach Artist said...

I love these cards, so pretty! I love the glassine card you sent me. It feels so delicate and I love the sewing and the way you do the crayons.

Miss Iowa said...

Lovely beach babe cards, and I'm not normally drawn to the color blue. Maybe it's the wonky sewing (my specialty--LOL!).