Hey friends! Today I again was playing with my Kraft paper, Copics and Coloured Pencils. It has been my jam the last few days. They take me about 3 mornings of colouring before work!
So I masked out the little van and put the tree in behind it. After that stamping the sun to the right side of the paper. All using Ink on 3 No Lines ink. I really like it on the kraft paper for this look.
I do really love the white highlight I added between the images and the blue sky.
Hey friends! Today I pulled out the Magical Dragons set from MFT and my copics and coloured pencils on some kraft paper.
I stamped it out with come really light ink for the no lines look. Then added in the background and detail in the dragon with my coloured pencils. Unfortunately, I didn’t keep track of all the coloured I used, cuz it was just some late night colouring for 100% fun!
I added the cloud in the background with a stencil then added the colour after. A few small enamel dots with a small sentiment finished off this sweet little card!
Hey friends! Today I have a card and video sharing a card I am in love with. That involves NO COLOURING. If you have been following my blog for any length of time you know that I colour literally all the time. This is so outside my norm. I would love to know what you think!
I stamped out all the images using the Coffee Break in set on white cardstock, and watercolour paper. Then spend AGES fussy cutting them all out. I then inkblended a tall slimline card to place them all on. A fun die cut sentiment paired with a stamped one finished this card off!
I do prefer the solid stamping on the white cardstock as opposed to the stamping on the watercolour paper. I am interested to know which look you prefer!
Hey friends! Today I printed off a digital stamp from Rachelle Anne Miller, and coloured it up with my Inktense pencils!
I haven’t used my Inktense Pencils in so long, moving craft rooms has allowed me to find all these older products I haven’t used in forever. Now I get to relove them all over again!
I have always loved the soft colours I get with my Inktense pencils as well as the texture it leaves. It all just makes my heart happy!
I also filmed this one for you all!
Inktense colours used: Paper Boat – Oak, Chinese Ink Water – Sea Blue, Deep Blue Dino – Fern, Light Olive, Iodine Green Skin – Saddle Brown, Baked Earth, Sepia Ink Backpack – Sicilian Yellow Bear – Sepia Ink Monocular – Poppy Red Shirt – Navy Blue Hair – Tan, Oak Sky – Sicilian Yellow, Scarlet Pink, Red Violet , White, Dark Purple, Deep Indigo
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I went outside of my normal warm toned colours while painting this one up. The purples in the Altenew 36 halfpan watercolour set are magnificent, and the blues are wonderful. I really just love all the colours to be honest. But i painted this one up in a no lines style, keeping the colours soft and dreamy really made me fall in love with this image!
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I started off by pulling out the Cat-astrophe stamp set, creating a rainbow striped background some cut out stars.
I love how the sketch challenges really push me out of my comfort zone, dies and coloured cardstock have not been part of my regular crafting lately and it fun to bring them back. I hope to keep pushing myself!
I did get this one filmed and edited for you all this one on time! I hope you enjoy seeing my process!
Hey friends! Today I am sharing a card I made using Altenew and inspiration from Del and Artie!
I stamped and embossed the lovely florals on some watercolor paper, then went in with multiple layers of come gorgeous Paynes Grey!
I went in a completely different direction then Daniel did in his live video, but none the less I love the way this one came out, and now I think I need to play more with my Qor watercolours! I did film my process to share with you all!