Wednesday, February 22, 2017

PARTIAL COLORING

As I promised in my previous post, this is the second card I made with the Sale-A-Bration goodie, Inside the Lines Designer Series Paper (page 11 of the Sale-A-Bration Brochure). 

In the first post, I had colored a whole panel of the paper completely, not leaving any white whatsoever. 

For this card, I took a smaller portion of the paper and simply colored in some of the elements, leaving the outside of the piece without color, simply as it comes out of the pack. I used the new Stampin' Up! Colored Pencils (page 24 of the Occasions Catalog) for my coloring medium. To do this card, I carefully touched the brush of my Aqua Painter directly to the tip of my chosen Colored Pencil and painted that way. 


 A close-up of the Inside the Lines DSP and the portion I colored:


I love the look of the doily on either side of the focal piece. After cutting in half one of the Lace Doilies (page 51 of the Occasions Catalog), I glued each half to the back of my matted colored piece. One thing that I especially appreciate about these doilies is that on one side they are Whisper White, while the opposite side of them is Very Vanilla. This feature makes them ever so much more versatile.


Have you gotten your free pack of the Inside the Lines Designer Series Paper? What have you done with it? Do you plan on using it without adding coloring at all? Share with us how you're using it! It's such a cool concept.

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Smiles.


7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! Thank you for sharing it at Link It Up Wednesday!

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  2. Beautiful - Thanks for sharing on the Pleasures of the NW's DIY party!

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  3. What a lvoely card. The color combination is especially striking.

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  4. That bumble bee looks like it's ready to take flight, very pretty! Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great weekend.

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