Hello! One of my FAVORITE techniques is coloring with my COPIC markers. I LOVE them! The more I use them, the better I get. One of the techniques I have been wanting to try is no-line coloring. Well, I tried it and I love the results! I decided to break out the Sympathy Rose stamp set from Colorado Craft Company because I just love this rose and I had a go!
First I stamped the rose image with Ink On 3 Fade Out ink onto a piece of 110lb Solar White Neenah cardstock, and them used the coordinating die from CCC to cut out the rose image. I then started coloring petal by petal using COPIC colors V06, RV66, RV63, RV02, and RV00. I went with the darker shades first and colored along the line of the stamped image for each petal. Before I knew it, the rose was done! I then moved onto the leaves using YG67, YG25 and YG01 using the same technique. I am very pleased with the results! I then stamped the Dotted Diamonds background stamp from Altenew with Sangria ink from Catherine Pooler onto a piece of white cardstock, and popped the rose onto it with some foam tape. I did not want to cut the rose image to fit a A2 card, so I went with a A7 card this time. I then popped the card panel onto a 110lb card base. I then stamped the sentiment from the Friend Cupcake stamp set from Colorado Craft Company in Rose Petals ink from Catherine Pooler, matted it with some Blackberry Bliss paper from Stampin Up, and then glued it onto the card panel with some Bearly Art Glue, then added some green crystal bling. I LOVE this card!! I will use this technique again soon! The Big and Bold stamp sets from Colorado Craft Company are great for this so give it a try!!
Happy Crafting Y'all!!
I love to create and invite you to join me in my journey in this crazy paper crafting world we live in!