I decided I should try to see if I can master the "no line" coloring technique and I admit that using the Gina K. Designs Skeleton Leaves Amalgam ink was a great asset in achieving a better look. I still need more practice but this turned out better then I anticipated. I used the March Challenge sketch from White Rose Crafts LLC for my card as well.
The flower design and sentiment are from the White Rose Crafts Milton stamp set. I only used a portion of the beautiful floral design and colored them with Copic markers. With a Life Changing Blending Brush I added some blue around the flowers using the Scrap Berry's Blue Stain Ink pad. This design was die cut with a Gina K. Designs small double stitched die and then placed onto a layer of GKD Jelly Bean Green card stock which was die cut with the GKD large single stitched oval die. That larger die works perfect for a layering one.
I used some pattern papers from the 2018 June Kit from White Rose Crafts, LLC and cut the banner with a Cheery Lynn Designs Pierced Banner die. I then added it to another layer of the Jelly Bean Green card stock. My base card was with Jelly Bean Green card stock too and so over that I placed the other pattern paper. The sentiments were stamped with Versafine Onyx Black ink.
I am entering this in the Scrapy Land Challenge #109-Anything Goes.
Now this really makes me long for Spring. I think these are such pretty colors. I hope you like it as well. We are missing the snow today but it is still predicted to hit us this weekend. If things go as they say I am sure we will not be having church again. But Spring should be arriving soon as this is March. At least I hope so.
Thanks for visiting and until next time take care.
Thursday, March 7, 2019
Practicing No Line Coloring
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I'm addicted to no line coloring. This looks wonderful, Verna! Practice makes perfect and you did a very nice job on it. I really, really love your card! The layout, the patterns, the fresh green are all so pretty!
Beautiful result with the no line coloring. Such a pretty bouquet and your different layers of papers make for a gorgeous background.
Very pretty and great job with the coloring. I struggled so much with this technique in the past, I am not sure if I want to try these new inks out this year or not. Yes, it is cold today still, but a week from now we may have a high of 60. We shall see!
Wow, you got this no line coloring down pat. It looks wonderful and the colors are lovely. I love the bright green and the design is so pretty. I am hoping for spring any day now too!
Yes your card certainly says 'Spring' and let's hope it arrives soon x. Such a pretty card with beautiful colouring and the design looks fabulous x.
Really pretty, Verna. I'm not very good at no-line coloring. You have totally nailed it here!!!
Oh my! You have mastered the no-line coloring beautifully! Verna, this is gorgeous! I’ve never tried no-line coloring but it always looks amazing. You are a true artist, Verna! XXOO
Very pretty and great no line coloring... especially for your first go... love this card... it does make you feel spring doesn't it...
Your no-line coloring looks amazing! Love this!!
Your no line coloring looks amazing, as does your entire card! So glad you shared it with us for the Scrapy Land Challenge #109!
Gorgeous! Reminds me of those lovely primrose flowers my mother-in-law purchased for me recently. I'm ready for spring, aren't you?
You've done an amazing job on your no line coloring.... great sketch
This card is seriously cute. Thank you so much for joining us this month on our sketch challenge over at White Rose Crafts.
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