Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Thomas Kinkade

I needed a sympathy card and really liked this Thomas Kinkade stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms. I used the cracked glass technique on it and the colouring was just using chalks. It's turned out better than I thought it would.Thanks for looking.
Edited to add: Sorry for the crooked photo. I took it Sunday night after a huge day. I stamped the image with Sepia Versafine ink, dabbed some colour on with SU chalks then clear embossed the image a few times. In the freezer for a bit, cracked it one way, back in, cracked it the other way and rubbed some ink in the cracks.


Kylie said...

Stunning card Leigh!
Love the cracked glass effect and the stamp is beautiful!
Love all your cards!
Hope your having a great week!
Take Care XX

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Debbie M said...

Hi - what a beautiful card. Very interesting effect.

Debbie M

Kristy said...

Wow that looks amazing!


I like this Leigh
I like Thomas Kinkades work he uses the full spectrum of colour and his use of light makes his paintings glow.
I am surprised to see that thhis is a rubber stamp as I didnt know there were any available of his work.
you coloured it beautifully and I like the crackle glaze on top....well done ;o)