No-Line Coloring

March 04, 2019 0 Comments

Hello Dare 2B Artzy Friends and Family! Michelle Houghton here, running a bit behind this am but just catching up from a weekend of teaching! I have a little D2BA inspiration for your Monday morning.

We started a brand new challenge here on the D2BA blog for this month and it is Anything Goes! So create something with a Dare 2B Artzy product and share for your chance to win this month!

Today I am bringing you a follow up to my “Anything Goes” card that I shared yesterday. I shared Ragity Rabit being colored in a no-line coloring technique. Today I have a video of how to do no-line coloring on a different D2BA stamp set. It is the Totally Tracy Holly Xmas. Except that I color the flowers for spring!

Here is a direct link to the video:

I used a series of Copic markers here is a look at what I gathered:

And here is a peek at the project I completed!

And a close up too!

Thank you for stopping by today! Enjoy the rest of your week and

Have a Happy Colorful Day!


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