Sunday, December 20, 2015

Merry Christmas: No Line Coloring

 Hello Crafters! 

Yesterday I hopped on Periscope in the middle of the day to practice my no line coloring. I was only able to color the large flower during the broadcast but I really wanted to finish the card. Plus, a lot of the people who normally watch me weren't available since I usually broadcast on Tuesday or Wednesday evenings. 

The long and short of it is I decided to do a video for the rest. The technique is exactly the same mind you. 


I used WPlus9's Pretty Poinsettias and  Hand-Lettered Holiday stamps. I also used their Appletini, Cranberry Crush, and Old Gold inks as they are alcohol based and work well with Copic markers. 



I'm still learning with the no line coloring but I'm hoping you're learning right along with me. If you have any advice please drop me a comment I'd love to hear it. On the flip side if you have any questions I'll *ahem* try to answer them. 


Thank you so much for visiting, I'm off to start/finish my Christmas shopping 5 days before Christmas. Pray for me. 

XoXo

26 comments:

  1. Oh. My. Gosh. This is amazing! Just gorgeous! You seem to do the no line colouring just fine to me. I have not been able to master this technique at all. A truly lovely card! :-)

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  2. WOW, so stunning, Kelly! Those flowers just pop off that card!

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  3. you really have a knack for this...... and I love watching you create. Thank you!

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  4. WOW!! The flowers are just stunning. They look three dimensional. I had to look close because they look like felt. You are just amazing!!

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  5. This is stunning Kelly. I enjoyed the 'scope and will be watching this portion after the holiday madness. You have a fabulous eye for color and depth.

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  6. Oh my Kelly! This is just unbelievable, those Poinsettias look three dimensional . . . I just can't stop looking at them! Stunning! Have a wonderful Christmas and a great upcoming New Year! Thanks for the inspiration in 2015, can't wait to see what you come up with in 2016! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  7. I'm speechless! You are really amazing!

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  8. Jaw dropping gorgeous!! The depth you achieved is amazing Kelly!!

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  9. REally beautiful, KElly! Merry Christmas!
    =]

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  10. Very beautiful. πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

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  11. So beautiful...they look so real. Merry Christmas.

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  12. Love the card! You sailed right through the verbal instruction...I kept waiting for you to tell us this is the 15th time you recorded (haha), You rock that glitter nail polish too. Merry Christmas.

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  13. Oh what stunning colouring Kelly - the flowers look almost three dimensional!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  14. Kelly, what a wonderful card, your colouring is perfect. Totally in love with this card.

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  15. BEAUTIFUL. I like how you talk through your coloring, makes sense now I would like to try.

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  16. LOL - I'll definitely pray that you make it through the busy shopping malls unscathed and loaded down with holiday goodies! What an unbelievably gorgeous card to start my Monday, Kelly. A Christmas gift all on it's own!

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  17. Beautiful! Thank you for the in-depth tutorial!

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  18. Wow!! Gorgeous!! Love how your flowers just POP off the card!!

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  19. Wow ... stunning, Kelly ... and gorgeous ... such depth! Anita :)

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  20. Another sensational card Kelly! Merry Christmas!

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  21. This is so beautiful and you've inspired me to try no-line colouring. Thanks for the video - very explanatory.

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