Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Another study in Non-Coloring

Keeping it White..that was my goal for coloring  this lovely bloom from Concord and 9th.
I started this card front panel last November for the coloring challenge with Kathy at The Daily Marker.

Here is where I started...coloring leaves blue and green.

Then I set it aside for several months until I found this video by Sandy, where she shares non-coloring on the same image.

So I jumped in and gave it a go..first with the card I shared in my last post. One large white-ish bloom.

Then I moved on to attempt non-coloring on the panel from back in November.
Here is how it turned out:
A few more blooms left white.
I added a die-cut sentiment and called it done. I was pleased with it.

 Here is the list of Ziggys I used. and here is a chart that seems easier to use than the one below.
 Maybe next time I will make a video:)


Thanks for stopping by!

LauraJane:)

17 comments:

  1. Love is absolutely gorgeous!!! You rock! By the way where did you get the Zig download? I need one, thanks!

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    1. Hey Lisa, Thanks for the kind comment. I copy and pasted several of my charts together..not happy with the "searching" I have to do with it because it is not alphabetical OR in numerical order..
      I just found this one.
      http://files.ecommercedns.uk/202299/0886afa86d296282b2ad291438a8088b.png
      It looks MUCH easier to use! Hope it helps you:)

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    2. Dina Kowal has a great blog post about Zig markers and also has a free download for a great color chart. Here's her link: http://www.dinakowalcreative.com/2016/08/zig-clean-color-markers-tips-and.html.

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  2. Laura Jane, this is amazing, the non colouring was just perfect and adding those multicoloured spots all around is a winning look and finishing off with the 'beautiful YOU' sentiment takes it to perfection. Thank you so much for joining us at The Flower Challenge Aileen DT

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  3. Oh, Laura Jane! This is so stunning. I love it so. You are an impressive artist, my friend!

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  4. Coloring. Non-coloring. You're a master at both!

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  5. This looks so fabulous LauraJane,love the colouring technique too.I have had this stamnp in and out of baskets for a while now....but bought it today at last. Thank you so much for sharing with us over at 'The Flower Challenge' and we hope to see you again soon ;) Viv DT xx

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  6. Stunning work, LauraJane. I was going to ask about the color chart, but saw you answered another question about it. Thanks for sharing that link. Keep up the wonderful work! :)

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  7. This is a real stunner LauraJane. Very nice!

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  8. Really stunning! I'll have to try it with my copics.

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  9. OMG this is absolutely stunning LauraJane!! Your colouring skills are incredible, especially love the way you coloured the central flower. Its perfection and I'm so excited to see you at The Flower Challenge too!!

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  10. Wow, this is absolutely gorgeous! Your coloring is amazing!

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  11. Beautiful card, worth framing! Cathy x

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  12. Congratulations on your top pick at The Flower Challenge! This card is gorgeous!

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  13. I saw your incredibly beautiful card featured on the flower challenge, and had to stop by to congratulate you! GORGEOUS! hugs, de

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  14. Laura Jane, this is gorgeous, and thanks for sharing the step-outs and beautiful colors. Stunning card! Hugs!

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Simply splendid to hear from you!

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