Design by Wendy Walters
It involves the basic techniques:
- Applying pencil to add colour to an image
- What pencils to use
- Preparing pencils
- Pattern: Daisy Oval
- Step by Step pictorial and written instructions at each stage
- Hints & Tips along the way
- Parchment craft paper
- Sakura coloured pencils
- Pencil sharpener
- Make up brush or similar
TIP: Make sure you are working on a hard surface. Do not work on your embossing mat otherwise any pressure with the pencil will start to emboss the parchment.
TIP: You can sharpen your pencils if you wish but for this technique it doesn’t really matter.
NOTE: You can add any colour of your choice, you may want to forward think and match it to your base card colour.
TIP: You can colour a white base card or die cuts using ‘Distress ink pads’ to match your coloured pencils, this is what I have done on my finished sample.
TIP: The nice thing about pencils is if you don’t like what you have done you can erase away the pencil.
The picture shows the finished effect of adding pencil colour to a design, how simple was that!
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
The next stage of this project is ‘Re – Perforating & Cutting’