Creating Backgound for Cards using Gelatos & Paper Crafter Crayons
Coloring with Art Grip pencils

Trick or Treat

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Hi, it’s Jill  here with a quick and fun card featuring our Art Grip Color Pencils.  I began by coloring directly onto my stamp using a black (#199) Stamper’s Big Brush Pen and then stamping it onto white cardstock.  Next, I mixed and matched a few of my favorite colors of Art Grip Color Pencils to color my image.  Here’s a look at the pencil/color numbers used for each portion of my image.

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When coloring with the Art Grip Color Pencils, I start with the lightest color first, then add the medium color and finally the darkest.  And to finish everything off, I color heavily using the lightest color. 

Once you are done coloring, just add a bit of washi tape and a sentiment and you’re ready to trick or treat… hugs and happy stamping!

Supplies
Faber-Castell: Stamper’s Big Brush Pen (Black 199), Art Grip Color Pencils (119, 125, 137, 167, 273, 109, 115, 118)
Stamps: All stamps by Penny Black-- 40-149 Bat Cat illustrated by Mo Manning, 3719C Halloween!, Mix and Match Cardstock
Other: Washi Tape, Dimensional Adhesive

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Jill Foster Always looking for fresh inspiration, Jill turns stamped images into true works of art.  As her “Inspired By” blog followers know, Jill has a beautiful style and an unparalleled love of paper crafting.  She also designs for Penny Black stamps and loves to share her passion for paper, color and stamping through video and photo tutorials.   

 

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Joan B

adorable

MargieH

Cute card! Love the how you charted all the colors - beautiful shading :)

Julie H in MN

I am not a fan of cats, but THIS one is super cute!!

Loly Borda

Adorable image and superb coloring! TFS

claudia

Such a fun and happy card, and I just love the shading!

Kellie

Fabulous stuff! I love the Faber-Castell products.

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