Colouring a Pumpkin using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens

Today I’m sharing a fun autumn card design and a video showing me colouring a pumpkin using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens. Post features a stamp from the recently released Stamping Bella Set of Pumpkins stamp set, and the coordinating Cut It Out die set.

Colouring a Pumpkin using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens. Click through for blog post and video!

CAS Stamping Bella Set of Pumpkins Card:

Colouring a Pumpkin using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens. Click through for blog post and video!

Card Making Supplies:

Stamp: Stamping Bella Set of Pumpkins stamp set & sentiment from Tiny Townie Patricia loves Pumpkins stamp set.
Stamping Bella Set of Pumpkins Cut It Out Die set (save 15% by buying the stamp and die bundle)

The image was coloured with Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens UK link*/US linkon Daler Rowney The Langton Extra Smooth Hot Pressed Watercolor Paper UK link*/US link*.

I stamped the image and sentiment using Ranger Archival ink in Jet Black UK link* / US link*. I used my MISTI stamp tool UK link*/US link* for all stamping, it was particularly helpful when positioning and stamping the sentiment!

The patterned paper is from an Echo Park digital paper pack printed on cardstock using my CANON Pixma printer */US link*.

The sentiment, image and mat layers were die cut using Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle die sets. Lawn Fawn Dies UK link*/Lawn Fawn dies US link*

Colouring a Pumpkin using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens:

Watch me colouring the pumpkin stamp in the video below or in HD over on YouTube.

The video includes annotations showing all the colours used.

BONUS: you can also see how easy it is to use the coordinating Cut It Out Dies in the video above!

Colouring Tips:

  • If you make a mistake, as you can see I did in the video by smudging ink on my paper, carefully use water to correct it! I used water in a water brush to activate the ink and then blotted it using some tissue. By doing this I was able to lift most of the colour.
  • Vary your results by using different amounts of colour – laying down less of the darker shade will enable you to achieve lighter colours overall.

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2 thoughts on “Colouring a Pumpkin using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens

    1. Elaine Post author

      Hi Lori, I didn’t realise when I created the video that annotations on YouTube don’t show up when you watch the video using a mobile device. If you watch on a PC you should be able to see them! Hope that helps.

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