Colored Pencil Art – Stamp Along with Rubbernecker

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Hey Fellow Crafters – we are trying out a new feature called Stamp Along with Rubbernecker and today’s topic is colored pencil art. We are going to test this out about once a month giving you a video tutorial covering a new fun technique or trick that you can then use right away, coming back to the video if you need a second look.

Today, Preeti Chandran is making a stunning floral background card with butterfly and jewel accents! Her use of Prisma colored pencils is beautiful as well!  Follow along by watching this fun video. Don’t have time now? Pin it for later! 

Here are some of the PRO TIPS from this amazing video tutorial:

  • Leave the background stamp in your stamp positioner so you can overstamp your colored pencil art with another layer of ink to create a nice crisp look.
  • Use a WHITE pencil on your project before using the colored pencils to make sure the colors really POP and not get lost in blending with the card stock.
  • Leave the butterfly stamp in your stamp positioner so you can overstamp your elements with Versamark so you can heat emboss a metallic for added elegance.
  • For an extra crisp look when stamping on vellum, use a pigment ink and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.
  • Use clear glue with a fine tip applicator to “draw” behind your letters.
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Prisma colors used for the colored pencil art:

  • Filigree and Leaves- Olive Green (PC911), Lime Green (PC1005), White (PC938) 
  • Flowers- Violet Blue (PC933), Sunburst Yellow (PC917), White
  • Butterfly- Pumpkin Orange (PC1032) Sunburst Yellow (PC917), Violet Blue (PC933), White

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Do you like this feature? Does it motivate you to try your hand at using rubber stamps to create your own colored pencil art? We would LOVE to see what you make and hear your feedback on this idea!

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