Thursday, 31 January 2013

Cracking the Metal

Over at the PaperArsty blog this week they have Suzz as the guest designer.  She's been playing with the metal card.  To see the technique, hop over to the blog here.

It is amazing and the lines and cracks you can see along the bottom half of the atc is where the metal is showing through as it's caught the light.  I stamped the image in black stazon and hi-lighted some areas with a white Posca pen and mounted onto red card.


Marianne said...

Lovely!! Great highlights and I see the cracks on the bottom, but I think the real ATC is even more beautiful.

Suzanne C said...

Love how that crackled along the bottom it as if she is coming undone! Great image to use with the effect and fantastic project!
Glad you played along with me this week!

chrissies said...

A really beautiful ATC Sam.

Love Chrissie xx

Sue said...

Fabulous Sam, I love the cracks and how you've used your Posca pen xx

Alison said...

Wow! The crackle looks amazing! xxx

Elaine said...

Great crackles on your metal card - think I need some!

Gillian .... said...

The crackle placement is perfect with this stamp image, love all the added white headgear. Thanks for playing along Sam. x

Leandra Franich said...

Ohhh how cool does she look! She's cracking up!!


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