My Photo


Ellen Hutson LLC Blog Inspiration

« Christmas Angels | Main | The CLASSroom and our BTS08 Promotion »

September 09, 2008


Mel M. M. M.

Fabulous! Love the soft look you got. :O)

Sarah C. (WAstamper on SCS)

Ohhh, I just took a class with Karen and she showed us this technique. So fun! I can't wait to hear what papers you like with this.

Pat (mspfd)

Oh my, this is phenomenal. Thanks so much for sharing.

Lydia Fiedler

This is so incredible!!!

Thank you!

Sharon Harnist

Oh. My. Goodness. Absolutely spectacular . . . I'll definitely be playing with this one! You and Karen rock!


That's awesome Ellen. I love the effect.

Deb Neerman

Beauteous!!! TFS!

Molly B

Great idea. I can see this being very cool on some Halloween projects. Thanks. -Molly B

Lorraine M.

I didn't see your image as having an unusual light source, only that the shadows were white, as a negative print would be. I think it's perfect in this way! I can't get my head around the light coming in from where your arrow is. Would the light get to the bottom of the pears through the dish? I love the technique, and will have to give it a try!


This is an idea I never would have thought of. I love the sketch quality of the piece. This technique would be great on male oriented cards. Thanks so much for teaching us new techniques. You said you used pigment ink, would it also work with a hybrid or dye ink? I do have the hybrid "new canvas" ink which is my favorite white at the moment. I am going to order the "snowcap" this week.


This is stunning, thanks for the excellent tips!

diana b

That is a great technique. I've got to try it. Thanks for the tut on it.


Wow! As usual, you have inspired me! I have some sumptuous, black, suedey feeling paper from Marco's that I want to try this technique on. I'm seeing a fir tree, with snow on it in the moonlight! Now, all I need is to find the time! LOL Do you have any of that for sale in your store?

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been posted. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.


Post a comment

Your Information

(Name and email address are required. Email address will not be displayed with the comment.)

Search our blogs for more information

Blog Our Blinkie

Your email address:

Powered by FeedBlitz