Thursday, October 06, 2016

{Spotlight Project} Create Prisma Art with Deepti!

Hello, friends! Deepti here and welcome to another spotlight feature. Lately, I have been seeing a lot of my FB friends posting their profile pictures with Prisma effect, which is an app that transforms your photos into works of art. Taking cue from that I decided to create my Prisma Art Card :)

Step 1
I cut a white card stock with the smallest rectangle die and used my Sharpie Markers to color the entire base by making stripes of different colors. I followed the sequence of colors.

Step 2
I then stamped and colored the scooter image in the similar way, and then fussy cut it.

Step 3
I stamped the scooter image again and colored it in black. I fussy cut this one too. The idea is to give the shadow to the colored image.

I then assembled the card as shown in the final image by stamping the sentiment, adding a diagonal layer of black card stock, stamping the sentiment and embellishing with a wood veneer.

This was fun easy and a quick :) Here is another look at the card:

I also tried something with my iPhone photo editor, I changes the image into a faded look which kind of gives a vintage look to my card :) hahaha Just for fun!! Actually I like it better ;)

That finishes my spotlight feature :) I hope you enjoyed it and will give this a try. Happy paper crafting! 

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  1. wow, this card is so vibrant - love the bold colors and the fun scooter and the sentiment is just perfect:)

  2. Deepti this is wonderful - love your inspiration and the way you have created the maximum impact by keeping the panel small, and using the black and white background.

  3. Cool. Love the brights. Fun idea. I love sharpies. Hugz


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