May 8, 2017

No Line Coloring with Prismacolor Pencils


Happy Monday my lovely friends.  <3  Today I am sharing a CAS card for the current Power Poppy challenge, Frame It Up!  My mother had quite the stash of PSX floral stamps from back in the day, so I raided that drawer and found this beauty.  I decided to try no line watercolor, only with Prismacolor pencils instead.  I really like the effect!


I inked the greenery with Pistachio Distress Ink and the blossom with Abandoned Coral DI, then went about coloring until I was pleased.  I never thought I would get into coloring, but I admit that once I begin building layers and the depth begins to form with the colors I get very caught up into it.  The curls in the petals were a challenge, but I was pleased that I kept some highlights after all.  I had intended on keeping the background stark white as I am trying to do CAS cards, but I couldn't help myself and dipped the colored panel into Antique Linen DI, then did some over stamping in Frayed Burlap.  I am what I am ok!  :)  I used an I/O sentiment and button/twine to finish it off, framing with a Tim Holtz postage die by Sizzix.  I had to sponge it a little to go with the grunge effect I had created.  I hope you like it!


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38 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card, love that wonderful tulip. Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Gorgeous Mother's Day card with lovely flower! Thanks so much for joining us at Dies R Us for the 'Flowers' Challenge!

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  3. Stunning card Autumn, your colouring is awesome.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  4. Your mom will love that you've used a beloved PSX image - in the day, that was my favorite brand, and I miss them as a company. If ever you are going to discard your PSX stamps, please keep me in mind! The prisma color penciling you have accomplished IS DROP DEAD GORGEOUS, Autumn! LOVING everything about your fabulously beautiful masterpiece! hugs, de

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  5. Beautifully colored looks like a print !! Its easy to keep​ the bg plain but creating like you did enhances the beauty of flowers even more !

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  6. Wow, this is stunning, Autumn!! Your coloring is perfection!! It does look like a painting!! I absolutely love, love it!! So gorgeous, my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  7. Stunning colouring with the pencils. I'm not a CAS purist either but I do try! You should fame this as it's a work of art x

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  8. You have coloured the blossom beautifully Autumn, I particularly like the greenery. The stamping in the background is lovely and just enhances your design even more. Love this! Hugs xxx

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  9. A very pretty floral creation following our inspirational photo at Penny Black and More challenge, many thanks for joining in.

    B x

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  10. Your colouring is superb Autumn, the low and highlights are incredible as are the variations in colours, I have to admit I would have added text too. Brilliant xxx

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  11. A gorgeous flowercard with a lovely background!! You did that flower quite beautifully!

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  12. In addition to everything else you do, you're an amazing colorist! Your flower is perfection, Autumn, and I couldn't imagine it on any other background - it's so you, even though it's CAS! Great job pulling that off! Beautiful, beautiful card :-) Hugs!

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  13. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL Autumn! Love this stamp and your coloring is AMAZING! What a beautiful design ... well done! Thanks for inspiration!

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  14. Wow, this looks amazing!!!

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  15. WOW! Autumn, your talent knows no end, and your no-line coloring is exquisite! I would not have known it was your coloring had I not read it. It looks like a beautiful piece of DP. It's amazing, and I'm with Donna...if you ever want to part with any PSX stamps, keep me in mind. It's one of the very few companies that I am so sorry no longer makes their stamps. Beautifully finished with the lovely postage stamp die. I love it! Hugs, sweet friend!

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  16. Oh, Autumn, this card is stunning! I love every single detail!! I have to pin this to see if I can do something even remotely close to it. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  17. my goodness Autumn - what wonderful no line coloring you did on this gorgeous tulip stamping! Just beautiful! Julia xx

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  18. A gorgeous card, beautifully photographed on the hessian. Love the postage stamp mat and you colouring is superb. Like it? - I love it!

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  19. LOVE the way you have done your no line colouring Autumn, there is such gorgeous depth to it and I really like the way you mounted it on the postage die, it really suits it somehow, - the little bit of "grunge" you added worked brilliantly, CAS with just a little twist to it. Now you really have me wondering what PSX stamps are, - this one is so gorgeous!! Lucky to have a mum who has a drawer like that!

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  20. Oh sooooooooooooooo BEAUTIFUL. Haven't had prismacolors out for a long time but now... you have once again... inspired!!! This looks like you do it every day Autumn...the colors are PERFECTION. Love the script. It's just a DELIGHTFUL creation.

    Had you on my heart this week sweet girl and here's a little message to pass on :) Xj.

    My love and kindness shall not depart from you (or yours) nor shall my covenant of peace and completeness. Is 54:10.

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  21. Beautiful card with a vintage feel, thanks for playing with us at Crafting with Dragonflies, blessings Hilde

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  22. Wow! What a gorgeous stamp that you have beautifully coloured! Your card looks awesome!

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  23. Hi Autumn how special to use one of your mothers PSX stamps for this Mother's Day card. I have some rather nice PSX ones being neglected from 1990s when first into Stamping need to join you in this. Love this image thought at first you'd used a new PB one rather like it.. have prismas and I too find them addictive to use.
    Love this creation, well done in your high skill level.
    Thanks for sharing your inspiration!
    Shaz in Oz.x


    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

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  24. Beautiful imagery - very delicate and dreamy!

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  25. Beautiful! I love your colouring and the text added in the background is lovely! Thank you so much for playing along with us at The Penny Black And More challenge.

    Linda

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  26. Beautiful! I love your colouring and the background text! Thank you so much for playing along with us at the penny black and more challenge.

    Linda

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  27. What a gorgeous card...love that beautiful bloom!Thanks for joining us at Dies R Us!

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  28. Soooo stunning....love the bloom and the vintage feel! Gorgeous.

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  29. Beautiful colouring in.......perfect. Thank you for sharing it with us at Crafting with Dragonflies Wynn DT

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  30. Well, this is an all time favorite of mine! Love your beautiful water coloring on this, and the design is just lovely! No time for reading on the details right now, just taking a quick peek while dinner is in the oven. I wanted to wish you a happy Mother's Day...you deserve a very special day, and I hope you get spoiled rotten! Hugs!

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  31. This is so beautiful Autumn and your colouring of that flower is stunning, it's really bought the stamp to life! Thank you so much for sharing and for playing along with us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog... Hugs x

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  32. Beautiful, Autumn. The no-line colouring is so glorious, allowing the flower to come to life so spectacularly. And it looks lovely against the subtle background.
    Alison x

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  33. Beautiful stamp and fabulous colouring love the script stamping too
    Carol x

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  34. Beautiful card! Tulips are my favorite flower! Thanks for joining us over at Quick Quotes this month!

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  35. Gorgeous flower, beautiful card.
    Thank you for sharing over at Penny Black and more;-))m

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