Monday, February 2, 2015

Video: Can You "Pitcher" It? Stately Flowers 9

In today’s video, I'll show you how to color the Black-Eyed Susans from Stately Flowers 9 with alcohol markers, plus several tips for working with the stamp set’s pitcher image.  The pitcher works with so many other images and just a few simple tricks will make it come to life, becoming one of the most versatile images you own, especially when making floral cards.  Lots of go-to techniques here today!

Gina K Designs Stately Flowers 9
Gina K,. Dark Chocolate, Sweet Corn, and Kraft ink pads
Gina K. Pure Luxury Little Boy Blue (4 ¼” x 11”, scored at 5 ½”), Dark Chocolate (4” x 5 ¼”), and White Layering Weight  (3 ¾” x 5” mat and scrap for pitcher) cardstocks
Spectrum Noir markers: CG2, CG4,BG2, EB3, EB5, EB6, GB4, GB6, and CT3
Faber-Castell Big White Artist Pen
Scissors, adhesives, sponge dauber, and scratch paper


  1. Can't wait to watch this- now if only people would learn the difference between picture and pitcher...hahaha

  2. Black eyed Susans are such a happy flower you could use them for any occasion, wonderful set!

  3. AWESOME card, great video tutorial, THANKS!


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