Coloring Tips and TechniquesPosted by Elizabeth Currie-Matsko on Dec 11, 2012 in Pink by Design Stamps | 2 comments
Have you seen the image stamps in the Pink By Design Collection? It's always hard to choose. No matter what image you choose more than likely you will want to color it in some way. Today is Wednesday which mean we are doing Tips and Techniques. This week's team is here to share some of their favorite options. Each Designer took a different approach. To make it easy for you to read through the post, full tutorials and close ups will be on each of their blogs. All you have to is click on the link to each one. We also a video today from our Guest Designer Melissa. She is an amazing Copic artist and has been published for her work with Copics. Today she is going to share a video on how to color and shade black Copics. Even if you don't use Copics, her technique is very helpful.
Candace at Scrappin 2 Little Princesses. Candace heat embossed the stamped image and used Distress Ink and and a brush to color her snowman.
Julie at A Little Bit of Bling. Julie used Faber Castell Gelatos to color her background stamp.
Sabrina at Honor Roll. Sabrina used color pencils to color her Santa.
Elizabeth at 217 Creations. Elizabeth used Distress Markers and Stickles to color her reindeer.
Melissa at Melissa Made. Melissa used Copics to color her image
Here is her video:
Whew! No that's gotta get those creative mojos going! Now it's your turn to share with us. This week we are linking up projects that feature non-traditional holiday colors. It can be anything you like- cards, layouts, altered, favors, etc. You do not have to use Pink By Design Stamps but we'd love it if you did. The winner of the $10 Gift Certificate to pink By Design will be drawn on Sunday and announced here. So go create and link it up! We will see you Friday with more inspiration for those holiday projects that are not cards.