Stamping & Colouring With Dawn Macfie
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Our latest blog by Dawn Macfie celebrates the joy of stamping and colouring with Spectrum Noir Colour Blend Pencils.[gallery ids="15834,15832,15833"]
In this video, Dawn describes, in detail, all the processes that are involved in producing this stunning handmade card - sharing some great tips along the way!
Do you know a music lover that would adore this card? Create your unique version by watching the video and following the instructions below.
What You'll Need To Make This Card
Spectrum Noir Colour Blend PencilsFloral Symphony A6 Rubber StampNeenah Card – Solar WhiteMemento Ink Pad - Gray FlannelSpectrum Noir Paper StumpsSpectrum Noir Blending SolutionSpectrum Noir Pencil SharpenerCardstock 5 ¾” x 11 ½” (to make card base)Coloured card 4 ¼” x 4 ¼”Pebeo Drawing GumPaint BrushCollall All-purpose GlueCollall 3D Glue
Fold the blank card and stamp the musical notes around the edge. Next stamp the flower image, then paint over this with drawing gum. When this is dry, stamp over the musical notes and your sentiment.
Select the coloured pencils you wish to use and colour your image.
When you are happy with your finished coloured image, take your paper stumps and dampen with a little blending solution. Using small circular movements blend your coloured image.
Ink around the edge of your finished coloured image. Mat and layer this on to your coloured card using Collall all purpose glue.
Now mount this to your card blank using the 3D Glue.
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