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.
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 🙂
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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