Today Melanie Muenchinger is sharing how to use both of the ladies in her This Girl Is set to create beautiful silhouettes, perfect for all your scenes! Some simple masking and sponging sets the stage and additions from Theresa’s Tropical Tidings complete the landscape, just choose your girl! She shares how you can color OR cut to create the look, you choose. Two new beautiful ways to use these versatile images, for all the women in your life.
Purchase This Girl Is stamp set here: https://www.shop.ginakdesigns.com/product.sc?productId=3281&categoryId=16
Purchase Tropical Tidings stamp set here: https://www.shop.ginakdesigns.com/product.sc?productId=3282&categoryId=16
From Melanie: Oops! Realized after I wrapped up my shoot, I forgot to add the darker IG7 marker. Trace along on the underside of each of the lighter gray IG5 ripples you draw to make these more dimensional! That’s it!
Gina K. Designs This Girl Is, Tropical Tidings stamp sets
Gina K. Pure Wild Wisteria or White cardstock for card base (4 ¼” x 11”, scored at 5 ½”), White (3 7/8” x 5 1/8”), Black Onyx scrap for silhouettes (large enough for the desired image)
Gina K. Jet Black Amalgam Ink pad, White pigment pad, Wild Dandelion, Wild Wisteria, Tangerine twist dye ink pads
Spectrum Noir IG5, IG7, white gel pen
Jumbos sponge daubers, MISTI or acrylic blocks, Gina K. Connect Glue and foam squares, scissors, Gina K. Tidy Towel, paper for masking
Optional: Black Alcohol or Sharpie marker if prefer to color in the line art image instead of cutting