Well, yesterday afternoon I got some new stamp sets in the mail and of course, I immediately wanted to try the No More Lines concept using colored pencils again. This time the image was much smaller and therefore I found this to be a bit more difficult. But I persisted and came up with this simple design.
The key to doing this with colored pencils to have very sharp points on them. I was constantly sharpening mine so that I could get a bit more detailed look. The focal image was stamped with a light pinkish orange color so that I could see the design but easily color it up with the pencils.
I used the floral wreath from the Sparkle N Sprinkle Leafy Flower Spring Wreath Stamp Set #815 for the focal image and I took the sentiment from another Sparkle N Sprinkle set called Teacup Pansies Stamp Set #833. The sentiment on that set fit in better with my design. Isn't that a pretty font too?
This white panel was die cut with a Cottage Cutz Double-Stitched Rectangle Set CCB-021. I think the double stitching looks so nice for a border.
I am entering this in the Power & Spark Challenge: Say YES to NO Lines and Simon Says Wednesday Challenge-Anything Goes.
I must say I have been having fun doing this no lines look. It is worth trying and if you can master it, I think it looks great. I am hoping that with new markers which I have ordered that I can get that look with them too eventually. Thanks for stopping in and for your sweet comments.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
More No More Lines
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Very pretty colouring, Verna! I love the double-stitched rectangle too!
You've mastered the technique beautifully, Verna! It's a wonderful card, and pretty spring colors! Hugs, de
Really beautiful coloring! You have this style down pat!
Gorgeous card Verna.
Holy moly! This is just incredible!!! I love it, and I can't see any lines! The sentiment is especially lovely. I have a weakness for swirly, flourish-y types fonts. Fabulous job, Verna!
It is beautiful, you have done the no line coloring perfectly, so pretty.
Thank you for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge X
Just a sweet card that would melt anyones heart. It looks like a painting.
Love this, you are really nailing this technique. It is a challenge, but you have mastered it. I think that wreath is just so pretty and I really like the simple design of the card. Showcases your coloring beautifully!
You've done a fantastic job with the no lines technique! Really makes for a pretty look indeed. I've never tried it, but you have inspired me! Really like the double stitched die too.
Very pretty Verna. Beautiful
So pretty, you are doing great with he technique. I have not tried yet:-)
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