Quick Coloring Pages by Crystal Cleveland
Every have some coloring pages with teeny designs on them and think "That will take forever to do" or you just don't have the patiences to color all those spaces? This card is for those pages.I don't have the patience or the desire to color those type of pages, but here's an alternative idea that's quick and elegant.
For this project I used the following products
- the Psalms in Color
- versamark watermark ink
- brush strokes back ground stamp
- clear emboss powder
- sponge dauber
- daffodil delight card stock 4 1/4 by 11 scored at 5 1/2"
- Black card stock 2 3/4" by 4 1/4"
- Black ribbon
- daffodil delight ink
- glue dots
- art glitter glue
- black emboss powder
The pics are made using pumpkin pie the instructions are in daffodil delight with the card turned.
Cut out at piece of coloring page 4.25 by 5.5" Then stamp up the brushstrokes stamp with versamark ink and stamp on the coloring page add clear emboss powder and heat set.
For the yellow card I cut this piece in 1/2 making each one 2.5 by 4.25. Taking one of these pieces rub daffodil ink all over the coloring page, when finished glue on the black card stock. Using the bees knees dotted stamp stamp all over the daffodil delight card stock using daffodil delight ink Then pop up the coloring book page on the card base, see pic.
On the right side of the card front stamp a sentiment from Keep the Faith stamp set using versa mark ink and black embossing powder.
Add a double bow with glue dots and your finished.
For the pumpkin pie alternative
Stamp the coloring page as above and color with pumpkin pie ink don't cut it in half instead cut it down to 3 3/4" by 5" then glue it on 4" by 5 1/2" pumpkin pie card stock.
Pop the whole thing up on black card stock 5 1/2" by 8 1/4" scored at 4 1/4" Stamp using pumpkin pie ink a sentiment from white card stock and add a border around the sentiment using pumpkin pie card stock and embellish.
Which color combo do you like best? Try it with different back grounds stamps for a different results! Post your inspiration from this blog on the facebook group Maymaymadeitandsodidi we ALL love to see photos.
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