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Cards Made with Coloring Books

By: Martha Lucia Gomez from stampartpapel.com
Cards Made with Coloring Books
Cards Made with Coloring Books
This image courtesy of stampartpapel.com

From the Designer: "This is a set of cards that I made using coloring books and color pencils. I made these using a combination of Premium Colored Pencils and Watercolor Pencils both from Leisure Arts. They work perfectly with the watercolor paper or regular cardstock. I separated the illustrations from the coloring books after finished the painting process. I resized it to use like a layer over my card base or fussy cut the image to use simply the illustration. To create the base of these cards, I used cardstock and scraps of decorated papers and Stickers. Create these is very fun because you colored in your time and assembling the card only take a few minutes."

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Premium Colored Pencils by Leisure Arts
  • Watercolor Pencils by Leisure Arts
  • Xyron tape runner
  • Art Play Coloring Books by Adornit

Instructions

  1. Star coloring your images from the Art Play Coloring Books with Watercolor pencils

  2. Paint the borders and dark sides and dilute the color using a paint brush or aquapainter

  3. Let the paper dry naturally.

  4. If you want you can enhance the colors using Premium Colored Pencils.

  5. If you decide to use only Premium Colored Pencils, start with the light colors to make the transition to dark tones.

  6. After the painting process, separate the illustrations from the book, resize and paste over the card base using running tape or any other adhesive.

  7. If you want to have different highs in your card,just use a double sided foam tape.

  8. Decorate and personalize with your style.

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