Monday, 30 November 2009

Kinkade Windows

It's my turn to do the weekly tutorial over on the CHF Be Creative blog and today's technique focuses on selective colouring. Find out how to bring a homely glow to a Kinkade window and leave a comment over there if you'd like to be in with a chance of winning the Foxglove Cottage stamp (still my favourite Kinkade stamp, I think!)

Kinkade Windows Tutorial

Stamps (Cornish Heritage Farms):
Foxglove Cottage East or West, Home is Best

Paper:
Simply Smooth
Kraft

Ink:
Versafine by Tsukineko (Onyx Black)

Other:
Prismacolor Pencils/OMS/Stump
Sewing machine and thread
Brad
Labels One Nestabilities by Spellbinder


Thanks for stopping by!

10 comments:

Paula said...

oh so beautiful - the little lights in the house look so inviting.

Christine (Craftling) said...

Great tutorial. Love the effect.

Hugs,
Chris xx

Scrappy~Sarah said...

Beautiful :)

CLARE said...

What a gorgeous stamp. the wording is just right

Kathy said...

This is wonderful Joanne, I love the B&W with the "lit" windows. I had a look at your tutorial and it's fab - makes even a rubbish colourer-innerer like me think they could do something half decent!

Janice said...

That's lovely. Maybe you like it best because it is a little bit like your own home? Bet there is a nice cosy aga in that cottage too lol!

Hels said...

This is simply beautiful hun...I just love how you have got the glow in the window....FAB!!!!!

Julie said...

This is just beautiful, Joanne! I think I need to get one of these gorgeous Kinkade stamps--you did this so well--love the glowing windows...

Nancy (Phantom) said...

Beautifully done, Joanne!

I'd like you to stop by my blog sometime as I have a little somethin' there for you ;)

http://shadytreestudio.blogspot.com/

Carol said...

what a gorgeous stamp - must be so well etched to get such a clear impression! love the homely feel of it.

Just seen your bath images and makes too - FAB! love the pressie ideaxx