Video : Colour with ‘U’ – Black & White!

Is it called colouring if it’s in ‘Black & White’?  I’d say yes at a guess, but I don’t really know for sure…   Anyhow, I’m back today with a very CAS masculine card and I just love how these stamp sets have combined!

You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.

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I’m such a cry baby in Winter, the weather was cold and rainy today and we only reached a top of 20 degrees (68 Fahrenheit), which in the big scheme of things is still actually quite warm…  but I think I’ll put the heater on anyway because now it’s only 14…   all I can say is, thank goodness I don’t live anywhere real cold lol.

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Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils – Warm Grey 20,50,70%. Cool Grey 70%.  Copic Multiliner 0.1mm.

20 thoughts on “Video : Colour with ‘U’ – Black & White!

  1. Great card..
    well here in the Netherlands it is quite cold most of the time..in the 20 Celsius is quite nice ..for here..
    I would love to live where it is warmer..my son too….but great heat is no fun either..than I don’t feel well at all..
    Hope it warms up soon where you live …so you don’t need the heather anymore!

  2. Awesome little image and colouring. Yes I know what you mean re the cold – lucky we live in QLD huh!! I do love a short winter though and a chance to wear the other half of my wardrobe;-))

  3. Great colouring, never tried black and white. Also great line up on the three times o stamp the monocule, misti would have come in handy there!! Love this card.

  4. Can I just say that I love watching you color?! You make it look so easy for this ‘coloring challenged’ crafter, lol! Such a sweet image and a nice masculine card! Winter…we have about 5 months of cold here. Nov. – Mar., but it can be cold as early as Oct., and as late as Apr. I don’t mind though, the heat is much more difficult for me. Hope it warms up for you soon.

  5. So funny to hear your hitting the all time low of 20 degree’s…I wish it was that here!! The highs are in the single digits these days and nights into the minus’s….so very cold. But makes me look forward to Summer!! I totally think colouring means black and white. In fact, I think its even harder with all the details and shading. This is a CAS cutie and you’ve done a beautiful job. Hope you have your electric blanket on!!

  6. Love the simple elegance of your monochromatic bunny. What a handsome chap he is. Better fire up that heater – aren’t you originally from cold country? It’s cold and wet down here and I’ve had the fire on all day! Toasty warm 🙂

    1. Yes, originally from the ‘cold’ country and also having lived in the UK 3 times you would think I would have some resilience… but alas no, give me a sunny blue sky any day lol.

  7. What a handsome chap he is! Very dapper. And I love your monochromatic colouring. Better rug up if its 20 degrees. It been wet and rainy here all day and I’ve been snuggled up with my cat near the fire 🙂

  8. Oh Therese, you totally made me smile!!! We ARE having summer in Finland and it is 10 degrees and raining!! 🙂 🙂 As we say, summer in Lapland is short but with little snow! LOL! Usually it is not this cold but this year has been very cold. I LOVE your card by the way. For some odd reason this monocromatic theme continues with me and your card is in perfection to feed my mood. I’m also still amazed how you managed to get that adorable bunny look so sophisticately masculine!! Great work!! Stay warm, my friend!

  9. Such a cutie pie, Therese … with a touch of sophistication and style … and yes, black and white is definitely colouring! Love to watch your videos … it’s so relaxing even though I’m not doing the colouring! Hope the temps rise a bit for you … give me warm sunshine and high temps any time! Anita 🙂

  10. So cute to see that bunny get all dressed up! I was so impressed at how you saved the monocle. I’m a baby about the cold too, and I live in a cold climate!

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