Colouring a Stamping Bella Garden Girl using Polychromos Coloured Pencils (video)

As promised, I’m back to share the coloured pencil colouring process from Thursday’s card with a video and some useful post links.

Marker Geek: Colouring a Stamping Bella Garden Girls using Polychromos Coloured Pencils (with video)

Tiny Townie Poppy Double Pocket Card:

You can get full details for my card and watch the card-making process in my previous post HERE.

Marker Geek - Stamping Bella - Double Pocket Card with video

Tiny Townie Garden Girl Poppy in Coloured Pencil Video:

Now watch me colour Poppy using Polychromos pencils in the video below or in HD over on YouTube.

Supplies:

UK/Europe Readers: Tracy at Dies to Die For stocks Stamping Bella stamps and dies. and also the MFT Extreme Black ink pad that I use when stamping.

Additional Links:

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2 thoughts on “Colouring a Stamping Bella Garden Girl using Polychromos Coloured Pencils (video)

  1. Angela Venables

    What pencil colours did you use for the Tint Town Poppy girl? Could you please send me list of the Polychromos numbers/names.
    I could not see the names on your video, and the video of your Colouring is so quick. I love your finished card.
    Thank you.

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    1. Elaine Post author

      Hi Angela, I’ve just taken a quick look back at the first part of the video and I was able to see the names of the colours quite clearly. Maybe you are watching the embedded version here on the blog, or on a mobile device. Watching in full quality on YouTube it seems fine.

      Unfortunately I did not write down a list of the colours I used, so I can’t give that to you, sorry!

      The footage is sped up, because otherwise the video would be extremely long!

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