Turning all my previously coloured images into cards is definitely boosting my card stash at the moment! Today’s card is another “here’s one I coloured earlier”, but I think it was worth the wait to see her make it on to a card!
Tiny Townie Bonnie Celebrates Shaker Card with No Line Colouring
I remember enjoying some intensive colouring therapy when tackling this image. No Line colouring is always a great way to get completely immersed in the process. Stamping Bella Tiny Townie Bonnie Loves Bows is a great image to try with this approach, as she has enough detail to be challenging, but not so much as to be completely overwhelming. Probably not one for your first attempt at “no lines”, but a good intermediate one to try!
I stamped the image using InkOn3 FadeOut ink on Make it Colour Blending Card before colouring with Copic Markers.
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Having reorganised my embellishment stash recently, and made it more accessible, I’m on a shaker card kick again! I love how this one turned out, and the Stamping Bella Celebrate sentiment die set was a great way to finish it off, cut from some gorgeous Tim Holtz Mirror Card (I layered three die cuts, two from plain cardstock, to create a sturdy element). I used the largest of the three dies in the set. The shaker material is a mixture of microbeads from my stash and beautiful Lucy’s Cards sequin shaker mixes.
The frame was die cut from my favourite Paper Mill Direct black sparkle card using the Mama Elephant Framed Tags Madison Avenue die set.
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