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Happy Wednesday! Today I am sharing a sneak peak of our March release along with a simple technique on how to color on kraft cardstock. As we are heading to mid March, Easter is just couple weeks away, so I thought it would be fun to break out a new upcoming stamp set to inspires you all. If you ever wanted to get more into traditional colors, today’s video will be a fun treat for you! Check out the video to see how you can create this beautiful card easily in just few minutes.

I’ve been really getting into coloring lately. From watercoloring to copics and to colored pencils, there are tons of coloring mediums you can take advantage of. Today I am using Prismacolor Colored Pencil set to color in this beautiful lily image from the Easter Lily Stamp Set (available next week!).

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Prismacolor pencils are wax based and contain rich colors and bright pigments. Their price range is about a medium range, so if you never used the set before I recommend that you get a small set first to see how you like them. (Start with 12 or 24 colors to begin with.) They go on very smooth and like a butter, and you can blend different colors together. Practice with them multiple times to see what kind of coloring approach gives you the best end results. Practice and practice!

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I love this lily image from the set. They are simple yet very elegant. It is not only great for Easter, but would be awesome for wedding cards or birthday cards! I will share more projects using the stamp set in different ways in the upcoming videos. I hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial! Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs,

Nicole

3 thoughts on “Coloring on Kraft Cardstock + Sneak Peak!

  1. Chrissie says:

    Lovely effect of the Prisma on cardstock. I enjoyed the video and I am looking forward to your comparison with other makes of pencils Nicole

  2. KT Fit Kitty says:

    Beautiful card and I enjoyed the video! I like seeing Prismacolor pencil colouring since that’s what I use.

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