You will need, some sort of glaze - I have JudiKins (SU crystal effects works the same way), a paint brush, some chalks (I have SU chalks), an exacto knife and your image. I am using SHELLY'S IMAGES "shoes."
First you will take the exacto knife and color of chalk you decide to use and rub off a bit of the chalk with the knife.
So now you have a bit of powder. (Please forgive all the other ink and spray stains on my mat - you are looking at the pink powder for this tutorial).
Now take you glaze and squirt some onto the powder you have made. Then you will mix it around using the paint brush until the chalk powder is all mixed in.
Now, use this mixture the same way you would use paint. You do, however, have to work quickly since the glaze is a glue and will start to dry. This technique is nice because it adds shine and texture to your image - something you do not get with traditional coloring.
So, here is what the shoes look like after I finished painting them.
I then took the shoe image, cut them out and created this card. I hope you like it and you find this technique fun and a nice way to achieve a little different look to your projects. I used Prism turquoise CS, pink from color mates, DP is Bo Bunny. Ribbon is from my stash. I added Atyou Spicas and Copic coloring to the image. Flowers are Recollections and gem flower is Darice. Thanks for looking:)
This card was also made for the following challenges:
FRIDAY SKETCHERS - sketch
and STAMPIN FOR THE WEEKEND - use 3 DPs, 2 flowers, 1 ribbon and 1 gem or charm.