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    Default Rubber Stamping using colored pencils tutorial

    I hope this is what you were talking about Erin?? Let me know!

    Finished Card:


    What I start with:

    pencils, stamp, black inkpad & scrap of white paper

    Step 1. Take and stamp your image onto cardstock



    Step 2.
    Start coloring in image with colored pencils







    Step 3.
    I decided this image needed more "pop", so I stamped it again onto another piece of white cardstock and just colored the balloon with the pencil solid red.



    Step 4.
    I cut the balloon out and adheared it with a popdot on top of the original balloon to give the image something 3-D. (obviously this step isn't necessary, but thought I'd post it, since it was part of the finished card)

    Steps 5 and 6.
    Matte image in red cardstock. Cut pieces of patterned paper to appropriate sizes, ink the edges and assemble card.
    Finish with two buttons.

    Voila!

    Very simple card that took about 10 minutes.
    ~Charys
    Kayson 10-9-06 & Cohen 02-08-10

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    Exactly what I was looking for. Now I can take the expensive pencils back to the store and buy some cheapies. I thought I was buying something special but if all they are for is for coloring in stamps, I might as well use the Crayola ones like you have.
    Erin~Mommy to Patrick and Sean.





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    Very cute! Thanks for sharing!!!
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    Yeah, you can use the cheapest pencils and they still do the trick. One day I'm going to order blender pens from Lorita! Those are a dream!
    ~Charys
    Kayson 10-9-06 & Cohen 02-08-10

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    Awesome!
    and your nails are gorgeous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellybelle View Post
    Awesome!
    and your nails are gorgeous!
    Thanks!!!

    ~Charys
    Kayson 10-9-06 & Cohen 02-08-10

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    that is really cool

    now if i only had stamps and an ink pad i still have lots of stuff to collect for paper scrapbooking. that's why i only do digital right now.
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    So cool!!! I definitely can see myself investing in a lot of stamps....who needs a cricut if you have stamps??? LOL
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    Great tutorial Charys! Love how you made the balloon pop! I honestly would have never thought of that! TFS!
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    I am so digging out some of my stamps to do this!
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