A bit of pencil colouring on kraft again for today’s card. I’ve used a Power Poppy sunflower stamp and coloured it in with my Prismacolor Premier pencils. I cut the panel into a square before putting it on my usual sized cardbase. An embossed sentiment on matching orange cardstock and some yellow enamel dots finished off the look this time.
Time for another card with pencil colouring! I actually coloured this one up as one of my first pencil colourings back in May last year and it’s taken until now for it to make its way onto a card. The stamp is from Purple Onion Designs and I use Prismacolor Premier pencils.
The card itself is simple. I’ve cut the panel a little narrow to fit a stripe of coloured cardstock down the side. I’ve drawn in a border around the edges of the coloured panel as well. The sentiment is a combination of a stamp from MFT Stamps and one of their dies which I’ve cut short so it only says “wish”. I had the perfect amount of light blue enamel dots from Altenew left, so they got to hang out around the sentiment as well.
Did you see the video I put up in the middle of March? Well, you can find it here, if you haven’t seen it yet. I’m showing how I coloured up this stamp from My Favorite Things called Magnolia Blossoms. Today the card is ready. I’ve drawn in a black whimsical border and some random dots, gave it a narrow cut to have a white border on the side. Then I used black ink on a stamp by Avery Elle.
As you’ve noticed I am quite fond of colouring with pencils on kraft. I have yet to actually try to use them on anything else! This time I’ve coloured up a stamp from Power Poppy. The numbers were cut out using an MFT Stamps die and then coloured up with the same pencils so it would match the colour of the flower. I finished it off with the recipient’s name and a few enamel dots.
It is time for another Polkadoodles card! I have coloured up Winnie Jumping for Joy with my Prismacolor pencils. This is my first attempt to colour skin and hair with pencils so it was a fun challenge. I’m glad I decided to give the pencils a go for this image. The background paper is from the Scrumptious Sugar collection and I used their Celebrate die in a matching colour as well.
Here is another photo of the card