Cathy Andronicou Gets Creative with Chameleon Pens
Want to see the incredible shading and blending that can be achieved with your Chameleon Pens? Check out the project below and see step-by-step how to achieve amazing colour variation thanks to this unique pen system!
You Will Need:
- Chameleon Color Tone Pencils
- Chameleon Color Tops; Deep Violet, Evergreen, Green Apple & Dark Sage
- Chameleon Color Tone Pens; Green Apple, Fuchsia & Dark Sage
- Matching Stamp and Die Set
- White Card
- Pink Card
- Black Ink
Take flowers from Altenew’s Blooming Bouquet stamp set and place on a MISTI stamp tool, ink with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and stamp onto
Colour individual petals using Chameleon Color Tone pencil #11. Begin with side 1 then flip to side #2 to colour base of petal, keep flipping to blend, then press side #2 firmly to add detail to
petal. Repeat the process until all the petals are coloured.
Die Cut flower using Altenew Blooming Bouquet die.
Colour individual buds using Chameleon Color Tone pencil #2. Begin with side #1, then flip to side #2 to colour bottom sections of the stem then die-cut the buds and stems.
Colour individual petals of smaller flowers using Chameleon Color Tone pencil #10. Begin with side #1 then flip to side #2 to colour base of petal; keep flipping to blend. Repeat the process
until all the petals are coloured. When complete, die-cut the flower using the Altenew Blooming Bouquet die.
Die-cut the ‘Hello’ sentiment and then place the Deep Violet Colour Top on the Brush Nib of the Fuchsia pen for 5 seconds, then colour the individual letters.
Stamp leaves with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then take the Green Apple Chameleon pen, put mixing chamber on nib for 5 seconds and colour small leaves.
Place the Green Apple Color Top on the Dark Sage pen for 5 seconds, and then the colourless blender mixing chamber on top of that for 5 seconds, and color the leaf from the tip to the base.
Place the Dark Sage Color Top on the Green Apple pen and then the Evergreen Color Top for 5 seconds each, and colour the leaf from the base to the tip, then die-cut leaves.
Shape and arrange all elements onto card, and adhere with foam pads and glue. Mat onto pink card and then white card blank to finish.