Time to relax

I have another card made with a bit of pencil colouring. This time I’ve coloured up a stamp by MFT Stamps with my Prismacolor Premier pencils. As usual kraft card stock is my go-to card stock for pencils.

The sentiment area is made up of various scraps of paper die cut into different shapes. At the bottom it’s a cut off doily and on top an embossed sentiment also by MFT Stamps. A few enamel dots finished off the look.

RAM Sweet Reindeer

I posted up a colouring of one of Rachelle Anne Miller’s new stamps on my Instagram account yesterday. Today I’d like to show you the finished card I made with it. I’ve used Sweet Reindeer (aff. link) and coloured it up with my Prismacolor pencils this time.

Slimline flowers

I’ve finally finished the card I made with the Pinkfresh Studio flowers I coloured up with my Prismacolor pencils for my video back in August: see it here. I’ve drawn a border around the coloured panel and stamped a birthday greeting from Papertrey Ink. A few sequins and then some die cut butterflies from La-La Land Crafts made up the rest of the card.

Colouring video: Miss Your Smile

There is a new colouring video up on my YouTube channel Lizlandcards and this time it’s my pencils that have gotten to come out to play again. I’ve coloured up this slimline stamp by Pinkfresh Studio called Miss Your Smile designed by Emily Midgett. She draws the most gorgeous flowers!

If you’d like to view it directly on YouTube, click here.

Prismacolor Premier pencils used: Yellow: 1002, 1003, 916. 914, 1011, Pink: 930, 994, 993, 1014, Green: 1092, 912, 1005, White: 938

Cupcake mouse

Here is the blog post for the card I made using the colouring from the video I posted earlier this week. You can find the video here.

I’ve used a stripe from one of the papers in one of MFT Stamps paper pads, the mouse and cupcake stamp are also MFT. Then I’ve die cut a number 3 (also MFT) and coloured it up in a matching green colour before die cutting a happy, embossing a birthday and sing three different types of washi tape to make a fun background for the sentiment area. I’ve also drawn a whimsical border in around the coloured panel. All in all, a fun card to make! I enjoyed making a different kind of card when using kraft and coloured pencils for a change.