Technique Blog Hop: Color Your World

Coloring Books are everywhere! Wherever we go, we see all kind of coloring books, even now they have travel pocket sizes and postcards/cards. How fun is that? I know I’ll love those coloring books and cards, and so do my daughters 🙂

During ths Summer Break, sometimes I spend my quite time in the morning to do some coloring. My daughters will often join me, too.

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Today, I am joining blog hop that featuring some coloring techniques with a group of CTMH consultants. You should arrive from Michelle’s blog.

My project is simple. Inspired by those coloring books for adults, I made some bookmarks as a gift when I send out some happy mail 🙂

Coloring Bookmark with Ornate Blossoms Stamp Set and ShinHan Touch Twin Markers from CTMH (Close To My Heart)

They are that ready to be colored with any coloring medium, like watercolor paint, watercolor pencils, markers, etc.

I have several coloring mediums. Among them, I have these coloring medium that are available at CTMH Store: Watercolor Paint, Watercolor Pencils and ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Markers.

Watercolor Paint (Z3132)

Watercolor Pencils (3505)

ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Markers

First I cut White Daisy Cardstock into 1.75″ x 5.25″ and Black Cardstock into 2″ x 5.5″ (this is for the base). Then on the White Daisy Cardstocks, I stamped the images from Ornate Blossoms stamp set using Archival ink.

Ornate Blossoms Bookmarks | Coloring Bookmark with Ornate Blossoms Stamp Set and ShinHan Touch Twin Markers from CTMH (Close To My Heart)

After that, I added them on the Black Cardstock for extra sturdiness and thickness for coloring.

On today’s project, I use some of the ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Markers.

Ornate Blossoms Bookmarks | Coloring Bookmark with Ornate Blossoms Stamp Set and ShinHan Touch Twin Markers from CTMH (Close To My Heart)

I am inspired by the new Florance Paper Packet color combo. I simply colored each image with the markers and love the result!

I think I need to stamp these images on bigger size of cardstock just for fun coloring activity.

Ornate Blossoms Bookmarks | Coloring Bookmark with Ornate Blossoms Stamp Set and ShinHan Touch Twin Markers from CTMH (Close To My Heart)

I hope you like today’s project 🙂 You’re next hop is Danielle’s blog where you can see the project she created for you this month.

What is your favorite coloring medium?

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25 thoughts on “Technique Blog Hop: Color Your World

  1. Inspirational! I can’t pick a favorite bcause I like all mediums for different reasons and I love experimenting with different brands.

  2. So pretty! Thanks for sharing your bookmarks. Where did you get the great case for your pencils and markers? It even looks like a CTMH product, but I’ve never seen it.

  3. Hi there! Until recently, my favorite coloring medium was ink from my printer.. lol! I do everything digitally and print on high quality matte photo paper, which I then cut out with my silhouette. Lately I’ve been wanting to hand-color things, though. Problem is, I cannot seem to decide what medium I want to use. I considered watercolor, but everyone is doing that and I don’t like to go along with the crowd. I’ve considered liquid acrylics/acrylic inks, gouache, india inks, and oil pastels (among others). Every time I think I’ve made up my mind, I change it again..lol! Hopefully I can make a decision soon. I have to decide on just one of these mediums as I don’t have the resources to try them all (I wish! haha). Your piece is beautifully colored!!

    • 😀 Agree printer inks are great! I love print and cut with Silhouette too. So many coloring mediums out there Nd yup, we cannot have all of them. I love playing with acrylic paints too 🙂
      Thanks for visiting, Jeanne!