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  1. Carol L

    First of all, I am in awe of your coloring abilities and faithfully check the Bella blog and your Marker Geek blog daily to see what you have done next. I recently purchased the stamp Rudolph, Christmas Lights and Chicks from Stampingbella. Have you colored that stamp with Prismacolor Pencils? Would you be able to suggest colors for Prisma color pencils for that stamp? I also purchased the 3 pumpkins and have found your suggestions for colored pencils for that stamp. So helpful! Thanks for sharing your amazing talents. I love your videos!

  2. Kai

    Hi Elaine,

    I stumble upon your blog and am awe of your beautiful colouring. It’s so beautiful and glad I found your blog and videos. I’ve haven’t been colouring for a long while now and would like to get back into now that I have time. I do have copic markers and prisma colour pencils. I forgot how to use both and just know that with prisma colour pencils, you need to use mineral spirits to blend the colour. That’s all I can remember. I hope you could help me
    to use both the copic markers and prisma colour pencils. Also, is there a colour pencils that does not require the use of mineral spirits to blend colour.
    Await your response and thank you.

    1. Elaine Post author

      Hi Kai,

      Thank you for getting in touch and for your lovely comments.

      Hopefully you will find some of my videos and tutorials helpful in getting you back to playing with your markers and pencils! If you go through my posts here on this blog and my videos on YouTube ( ) you should find some help and inspiration.

      Regarding Prismacolor pencils – you do NOT need to use mineral spirits to blend them. That is just one technique. Personally, I prefer just using the pencils themselves to blend the colour. You can see me doing this in some of my YouTube videos featuring pencils. To do this you will need a good paper suitable for coloured pencil work. I talked about choosing paper for coloured pencils in one of my Marker Geek Monday posts for Stamping Bella over on their blog:

      Hope that helps! Happy colouring. 🙂

  3. Ann Marie

    Hi Elaine, I just wanted to say THANK YOU so much for posting your videos to Youtube. I really appreciate it and I’m learning so much. It’s so relaxing to sit there and watch you work your magic. Thank you so much!

  4. Susan Chamberlain

    Hi Elaine,
    First of all, I want to thank you for the wonderful Copic colouring videos you make for us, I have learnt so much from you. Secondly, could you tell me what is the glue that you use on your cards for layering?
    Thank you once again

  5. Sandy

    I came across your coloring before Haloween, falling in love with Oddball Frank and then the witch just tickled me! I’ve been trying to improve (drastically) my blending and I’m in awe watching your tutorials! You are amazing! Just bought Oddball Lock and Key and when she came HAD to have the Queen! Thank you so much! Just gorgeous coloring❣️Thank you for your inspiration. Ciao, sandy
    P.S. are dies avail. Cutting has gotten difficult.

    1. Elaine Post author

      Thank you for your lovely comments, Sandy, lovely to hear from you! Yes, many of the Stamping Bella stamps have coordinating dies – I usually link to the product pages with both the stamp and die shown in my posts. Hope that helps!


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