Welcome back to the Fab Friday challenge over at the Fab Friday Challenge Blog
! This week we have a color challenge. I decided to pull out a set I got with a Simon Says Stamp card kit, Sketched Flowers, and to color it for The 30-Day Coloring Challenge using these colors.
It’s been a while since i have done any no-line coloring, and I had bought the new InkOn3 Fadeout pad a while back so I wanted to try it out. I also thought I’d go with kraft card stock, with these autumnal colors, and use Prismacolor Pencils. I showed the initial result on Instagram.
I didn’t leave it just like this though. It needed some color in the background to help it have a presence on the paper, and I deepened some of the shading. Lookie:
GOJUS! I popped it up on the Peacock card stock that came in the kit.
I used the French Gray Prismacolor pencils to create the shadows under the flowers…they are the perfect match for Neenah Desert Storm card stock. I also added some small speckles with some of the different colors I had used in the coloring of the flowers to help bring some sparkle to the image.
I stamped the greeting in Ranger Archival Sepia ink. I also added a few Pretty Pink Posh Rose Gold sequins to lift everything to the next level.
Sketched Flowers is a really beautiful set, and I’ve seen so many beautiful cards created with it!
Below is my list of products that I used, and I have used compensated affiliate links where they were available, as I now participate in affiliate programs for Simon Says Stamp, Amazon, Ellen Hutson LLC, Scrapbook.com, Gina K, Hallmark Scrapbook, My Favorite Things, Sizzix, and Blick Art Supplies.
Buying through these links costs you nothing extra but gives me a small percentage of the purchase price, which helps support my blog and my artistic endeavors, and I thank you.
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