Monday 27 February 2012

Pencils with Acetate, White and Black Card

A while ago I promised to make a video showing how you colour with pencils after sharing this card on my blog, so today I thought I would share the technique which is similar for acetate, black or white card.

Here is a pencil example using Acetate, Penny Black Stamps 'Splendour' 3977H, 'Thinking of You' 3424D and 'Blue Lagoon' 09-003 Mix and Match Cardstock.

This one is on White Card using ' Splendour' 3977H, 'Delicate Pattern' 40-047, and 'Purple Mountain' 12-003 Mix and Match cardstock.

And finally one on black card using 'splendour' 3977H, 'Scrolling Along' 3812J and 'Purple Mountain' 12-001 Mix and Match cardstock.

Other materials used include: Prisma Pencils; Scarlet Lake, Orange,  Canary Yellow, Non Photo Blue, Violet, Lilac. Cotton Candy Staz - On,
Memories Milky White chalk ink, Adirondak Cool Peri Pigment Ink, Memento Grape Jelly ink, Spellbinders Nesting Squares, Wonky Rectangles, Fleur De Lis Squares, Classic Bracket and Classic Postage Borders, Memories Marker pens, Stardust Stickles, Glossy Accents, Glue roller 4mm ST from Plus details here and Zest it Blending Oil.

Sorry the sound and video is not perfect, I had a few teething problems with iMovie this week!

I thought the white card would also work mounted on the same style of background as the black card this is the result.

As Jill will still be away next week, I will be making another PB & J video next Monday.

Hope you all have a lovely week,

Hugs Cathy


Barb said...

I just watched the video over on the PB blog. So happy we finally get to see you using colored pencils on acetate! So cool! Thanks for sharing, Cathy - all your cards are wonderful!

Elizabeth Allan said...

Great techniques Cathy. Loved watching your video with all the steps!

rcwidow (Linda) said...

just watched the video. great technique to try. thanks for sharing. Love the rainbow tree!

Paula (PEP) said...

Thanks for the brilliant tutorial - I love using pencils over white stamping but had never thought of doing it with acetate nor using a light coloured ink onto white. I've finally ordered myself some of those Spellbinders edgeabilites too & love how versatile you showed this one stamp to be.
Paula (PEP)

promotional pencils said...

Really great technique. I like the way you have done all the work. It is really amazing.