Thursday, May 5, 2016

Scribble Technique with the Believe Collection!

Hi BoBunny fans today I am here to share some cards I created using a simple scribble technique. I will show you how you can create your own cards or in fact any project with this technique.

Happy Day Card by Tracee Provis

Using the Scribble technique I created both the flowers and my sentiment, I also cannot stop using the gorgeous Believe collection. All you need to create your own flowers or sentiments are patterned paper, a fine marker pen or pencil, some scissors to fussy cut with.

Start by drawing a rough outline of your flower, it doesn't have to be really neat. Keep drawing over the outlines until they become thicker, if you have gaps you can add some pen strokes until you are happy they are filled in. Take your scissors and cut around the outline.

Once you have cut them out you can add jewels or pearls to the centers. These Double Dot Citrus Jewels coordinate perfectly with the oranges and yellows in the Believe Collection.

Cut flowers from different colours and patterns in the collection. Of course with this technique you aren't just limited to flowers. here I also used the scribble style to form my sentiment, simply scribble your lines so that each letter is almost overlapping, then cut around.

Love Card by Tracee Provis

For this card I chose to scribble and cut heart shapes, I used the Love die from the Love Squared Set and gave it a border using my fine pen. I stamped the script writing just a little wider than my die cut frame to add a little interest, yet keeping it simple. Some torn paper finished off my card.

New Beginning Card by Tracee Provis

Changing collections for this card I used the Secret Garden Collection. I took these stems from the Doodle Blooms set and masked off the areas I didn't want on my card, I used my colouring pencils to fill in the leaves and I added a line down the stem too. I wanted my flowers to be growing out of the ground and I used the Grass Die that comes from the Bike Ride Set. 

I used lots of layers behind my flower panel and I drew an outline around the edge of each one to create a sort of a busy illusion. Some white Double Dot Pearls were added to the centers of the     flowers. I hope you like this simple easy way to create flowers hearts and in fact anything you wish. Thank you for joining me today. 
                                                                Til next time....