September is here and it’s time for the new CAS challenge at Happy Little Stampers blog. This month challenge is all about colouring.
The challenge is sponsored by Happy Little Stampers
Winner will receive this gorgeous Christmas sentiment
I am not good inÂ drawing and colouring. Knitting, embroidering, card making even cooking – don’t scare me as much as colouring. That’s way today I use a technique for those who… wants to be creative when colours 🙂
Jennifer McGuire shared dot copic colouring videoÂ some time ago. This cute die-cut giraffe I have got after making this card, spent quite long lonely time on my desk and it was a chance for me to make a card, using this fun technique.
To make a background for the image, I stenciled some stars with Wplus9 Fairy Dust ink.
Don’t forget to stop Â Happy Little Stampers blog for more inspiration.
11 thoughts on “HLS September Colouring”
Hi Valentyna. LOVE how sweet giraffe … and he looks great coloured with the pointillism technique. I have not tried that yet, but need to give it a go. This looks AWESOME! xx
You have no reason to be scared of coloring, Valentyna! You’ve colored this adorable image perfectly!
so very cute! I can’t believe you colored that without lines–you’re amazing!
you have done a brilliant job with your colouring. The giraffe is gorgeous!! xx
What a great technique Valentyna, your little giraffe is wonderful!
This is adorable and what a fabulous technique! TFS
What do you mean you can’t color?!!? This is awesome girlfriend!! Don’t let those markers get dusty, keep using them!
I love this little guy ….. he’s so cute!! Great job with the colouring too!
I love the technique… and your cute giraffe!
Apologies, teamie, for not visiting earlier!
You would never know you were scared of colouring, your result of this technique look fab x
Sorry for the late commenting Valentyna but, as you probably know, I have been away for nearly all of September (without internet), so have been unable to. Love that colouring technique, gives that cute little fella great texture and form! Have a lovely Sunday! Hazel xx