I use three different ways to color my stamps:
- Copic Markers,
- Distress Markers and refill ink
- Faber Castell pencils.
Most of the time my choice depends on what design paper I’m using for my card. With the Scandinavian papers, like Pion, Maja etc. I love to use the distress inks.
My starter set Faber Castell is very small and pretty simple. I’ve got only this set and a few more specific colors for skin and hair.
Have to practice more and use them more often. Thank you Marrie Banis for learning me a lot about working with them. Here is Tilda hiding easter egg colored with the pencils
Copic Markers and Sketch markers
Started with a 16 piece case with markers in several colors to try them out and now i’ve got more (sketch) markers. Most of them skin and hair colors. And when I buy new ones its always in coordinating sets.
Once Upon a Time collection – Tilda with corkscrews colored with Copics Thank you Diana Adamski (DeeDee) for sharing your coloring tutorials
Distress Markers and refill inks Ranger
At first I tried it my self but then I decided to do a few workshop and went to Doe@Ding and Monique Lokhorst was the teacher. I learned a lot from her. Thank you Monique for the helpful lessons and your patience. Tilda with Mr. Rooster I colored like I learned from Monique.