Tight for Time? Then spotlight colouring is just the thing for you lol. It’s a total time saver ie. you don’t have to colour the whole image and it gives that fab pop on a card. I’ve filmed the process making this card to show just what I mean.
You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.
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Other Supplies: Prismacolor Pencils – Eggshell / Sky Blue Light / Light Cerulean Blue / Indigo Blue / Chocolate / Goldenrod.
18 thoughts on “Video : Prismacolor Pencil Spotlight Colouring!”
Wow, what a stylish card for men!
My goodness this card really put a smile on my face . Love the coloring . Thank you for sharing
Great look, great card!
Great card! I was getting a little antsy about so little of the image being colored until you cut the edge off like you did and then put it on that great patterned paper. That really livened everything up! I will need to try this technique 🙂
Love it, such a good idea, especially if you don’t have much time. And I’m in love with that woodgrain background paper!!!
Looks brilliant and sometimes the less colouring the better the pop.
A great trick for when you’re short on time or patience lol. Love the sentiment too!
Totally adorable and so perfect for the guys!
Wow, that is a great card! Love the look of the dash of colour against the black and white. ☺
That is a great way to make your main image stand out.. Lovely card…..but all your cards are fabulous !
Amazing…………this card really pops and with so little color….brilliant!!!
I love the scarf flowing off the card! Another wonderful, masculine card, Therese!
Oh, awesome card!
Love this card, Therese! So perfect for a guy! And, your selective fussy cutting is such a great way to showcase the image!
Such fun, Therese … and what a brilliant look … love how you partly trimmed out that cute cat and his wildly waving scarf … he’s fabulous against the dark woodgrain! Hugs, Anita 🙂
So cute, Therese. I think spotlighting was the perfect way to go with that image so we focus on that cool cat.
Love it.Love the wood background and the “off the edge element”. All looks great with the spotlighted colour! Fabulous card.
Such a great masculine card! Those cats make me laugh a does your sentiment!