I know this week has been full of posts from me but I have one more for you! I was part of a Product Focus for Splitcoaststampers on Wednesday and now I have a little more time to share that with you. As you may have noticed, I have been featuring the Chameleon Pens and Chameleon Color Tops lately. These projects are part of the review of the Color Tops and today’s card is my final project for it.
I recently got this gorgeous large flower image, Dahlia XL by Power Poppy, and could not wait to have time to color it. I knew immediately that my first time using it just had to be with the Color Tops. Just to put the Chameleon system to the test, I used only one pen and one Color Top and the results are a real wow! The depth of color on this is really extraordinary. You can read my thoughts on the pens (and those of the whole Product Focus team) here: Color Tops Product Focus
I created a short video showing a little more on how the pens work with the tops and how I colored part of this flower. Sometimes it really is just easier to show you!
Once I finished all the coloring, I created a pretty simple card since the flower did all the work. I stamped a sentiment from another Power Poppy set, Vibrant Thanks, using Versafine Onyx Black. Then I put it on a layer of Wisteria Wonder (SU) that is a lovely match to the Lavender tones. I cut the flower so that I could use both sections on the image layer (and yes, I did hesitate just a second before cutting into all that coloring). A few sequins from Studio Katia and SU to highlight the Turquoise as a finish.
If you have any questions about these pens, I’m certainly happy to answer. Just drop me a note here or send a comment over at Splitcoaststampers for the Product Focus team. Thanks for stopping in today. I hope you have a great weekend!
Stamp: Dahlia XL (Power Poppy), Vibrant Thanks (Power Poppy); Ink: Momento Tuxedo Black, Chameleon Pens, Chameleon Color Tops, Versafine Onyx Black; Paper: Thick Whisper White (SU), Wisteria Wonder (SU); Accessories: Misti, Sequins (Studio Katia and SU), Mini Dimensionals, Dimensionals