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.
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
There is a new colouring video up on my YouTube channel today and this time I’ve used my Prismacolor pencils to colour up this mouse and cupcake stamp from MFT Stamps called Mice Day to Celebrate. You can see how I’ve coloured up the entire stamp. As usual I’ve used kraft cardstock to colour on. You can see the finished card below, it’ll get its own post as well.
Once again the video is without audio.
If you’d rather watch the video directly on YouTube, please click here.
These are the pencils I’ve used: Warm Grey: 1054, 1052, 1051, 1050, Red: 1078, 924, 923, 1030, Brown: 946, 945 Pink: 1078, 195, 994, 993, 1014, Grey: 1072, 1070, 1068, Green: 908, 109, 912, 989, Yellow: 1003, 914, White: 938
Did you see the colouring video I made back at the end of February? You can view it on YouTube here and the blog post can be found here. I used Prismacolor pencils for colouring up the Altenew Statement Flowers and now I’ve finally completed the card as well. I cut it out by hand and added some foam tape to the back of it, sprayed some black ink on a kraft card base, doodled a little in the corners and used their Hello die and enamel dots to finish off the card.
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.