Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Cloud Tutorial Photos

I have a couple of cards to show you today that I made for my cloud tutorial at Home of Speedy TV.
Clouds are really simple to make and I showed three ways to achieve it. I'm showing two cards. Here is the link to the tutorial: http://mfpspeedytv.ning.com/page/clouds-tutorial
My first card is using Mark's Finest Papers, A Heinrich Company  stamp set Daffodil Greetings. The cardstock is MFP Aged Mottled Berry Smooth Finish cs and MFP white premium cover cardstock. I stamped the butterfly twice, cut out, and popped top layer. I colored with Copics. Ink for sponging is ColorBox Mermaid. The banner was cut out freehand.


This card uses the stamp set from Mark's Finest Papers, A Heinrich Company called Fabulous Dogs.
I'm using a Fiskars cloud punch X large and inked inside the punched area with with white Stampabilities ink. The cardstock is MFP premium cover white cardstock and Aged Mottled Berry.
My designer paper is Paper Adventures Green Brush. The twine is Cappuccino from The Twinery.

9 comments:

Hussena said...

Both your cards are so lovely ...i really love the butterfly it looks so vibrant you have colored it so beautifully!!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Benzi clouds are easy for you since you are the stamping and coloring expert-- I have tried twice and the clouds looked monstrous!

Carla S. said...

Bothm cards are great, Brenda! You do a fabulous job on the clouds! Off to check out your tutorial!

Designing with Debbie said...

Beautiful cards. I love this technique and can't wait to try it out.

Carol L said...

Your cards are so pretty, and as always I love the beautiful billowy skies you've created! I love how you colored the butterfly on the first card - WOW! Great tut - TFS!

Pam~ said...

Gorgeous cards, Brenda! Lovin' your butterfly card especially! You did a fabulous job with your tutorials on making clouds.

I haven't been on my stamping sites in over a week...ugh...a little bit of withdrawals. Spent last week in Branson, MO, and flying out this Saturday to San Francisco. Home for a week and then heading to my niece's graduation. One day I will get back in my routine. :)

nwilliams6 said...

Wonderful cards with gorgeous skies! Of course, I am partial to the 'fly card. Such a peaceful feel to it - like you are laying in some grass and looking at the sky watching a butterfly just meander over to another flower. Awesome card my sweet friend!!! The sentiment on the dog card is the best - so powerful (I love powerful these days with all the craziness going on - Kenny's Mom is deteriorating fast and now my Pop has to have open heart surgery on Monday - when it rains...) Hugz!

Joanne (jojot) said...

the first is so very elegant and dramatic....and the second is fun

Rainbow CraftyKari said...

Must say these are pretty nice and simple cards which can bring smile on anyone face... It gives feel of serenity.