Video : Ready for Wine?

Today I’m at the Scrapbook  Boutique blog and I’m playing with my Prismacolor pencils to colour this fun image from Art Impressions (actually, I think most of their images are fun),  and to amp it up a little I decided to ‘cut my card’!

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

Happy Birthday - Detail
Happy Birthday – Detail
Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday

You can find all these products linked below or over at Scrapbook Boutique, so til next time, Hugs


Other Supplies:  So many Prismacolor pencils – White, Black, Cream, Dark Umber, Sepia, Terra Cotta, Sienna Brown, Light Umber, Sky Blue Light, Non-Photo Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, Slate Grey, Indigo Blue, Cool Grey 70%, Wrm Grey 20% French Grey 50%, Goldenrod, Salmon Pink, Pale Vermillion, Peach, Light Peach, Peach Beige, Tuscan Red, Carmine Red, Crimson Lake, Mulberry, Deco Pink, Pink, Blush Pink, Parrot Green, Light Aqua,

14 thoughts on “Video : Ready for Wine?

  1. Just fabulous! I have this stamp, but have not used it yet. I can’t match your coloring, but will give it a try. Thanks!

  2. Really fun card! I love how you cut out the front panel and used the polka dots to add dimension! Fabulous coloring, too!

  3. Love these fab gals and that bold black polka paper is pretty darn awesome in the background I must say.

  4. From the moment your first Prismacolor pencil hit the paper, I was mesmerized, Therese! Fabulous girls, brilliant idea to cut the card! LOve big dots!!!! and your talented little self! xx

  5. Oh, you were so brave to cut that card front all off after you did all that coloring! It looks really great! I am not a good “colorer” but I do like to watch coloring videos especially with the colored pencils. TFS!

  6. Such a fun card. What courage to cut that after all your colouring, but it really was a great idea. I love watching you colour whether it be copics or prismas – your work is excellent.

  7. Amazing colouring as usual, Therese, but inspirational to cut the front to reveal the contrast paper behind! Love this card!

  8. Gorgeous colouring, as ever, Therese … love how you cut out those partying ladies … such a brilliant sense of dimension against those fabulous big background dots! Hugs, Anita 🙂

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