I hope you’ve been enjoying our Colouring Techniques, Robbie & myself have been sharing throughout the month of April.
Today is our last share for our Colouring Techniques! I sure hope you have enjoyed them. This is one of my favourite techniques so I was happy to share just a couple with you. Robbie & myself have been sharing a couple of our favourite colouring techniques each Sunday. I sure hope you have enjoyed them. I know we have. Click HERE to check out what Robbie has shared with us.
I’ve gone completely left field for my technique today – way out of my comfort zone both with the technique & colours. Although that can be a good thing, right?
Check out those bright colours of Daffodil Delight, Lemon Lime Twist & Berry Burst! Don’t you just love them on this pallette? Lemon Lime Twist & Berry Burst are 2 returning colours which I know many people are so excited about.
Be sure to have ago at this fun technique. I know you will enjoy it as much as I have. The beauty of it is you won’t know what it will turn out like & no 2 will be the same!
Be sure to pop over to check out what Robbie has created, by clicking HERE.
To check out how easy it is to create my background, click HERE.
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Today, I have a “bits & pieces” project to share with you. It is one that I’ve created with a a little this & a little that rejected from other projects. Now, in saying that it wasn’t because I didn’t like them, they just didn’t go with the final project or looked a little out of place.
I will also admit that I am not good at going back using up bits & pieces. With me, they either get used for that particular project or they end up in the bin!
The paper is from the now retired Waves of the Ocean DSP while the leaf is from Palms Dies & die cut with Granny Apple Green.
The daisy has been punched with the Medium Daisy Punch from Basic White Cardstock, sponged with Pacific Point Ink & a Sponge Dauber.
Click on the link below to download, save or print your PDF Recipe for today’s project.