Video: Lydia’s Crafty Corner – No-Line Coloring on Solid Images

by Lydia Evans

Hello there everyone! It's Lydia here with you. Today I'll be sharing how you can create a no-line coloring effect on solid images using Artist Markers and A Study In Watercolor Stamp Set.

DSC02266To start, I stamped a sentiment from Weekend Doodles Stamp Set into place using Jet Black Ink. I stamped the sentiment first so I could stamp around it and not have to worry about having a place for it at the end.

I then stamped images from A Study In Watercolor Stamp Set around the sentiment using Vanilla Cream Ink. It's best to use a really light ink for this as we will be coloring over it, I also find that a neutral is best when stamping solid images such as this one where the leaves and flowers are on one image.

DSC02267Once my images were stamped, I then went ahead and colored on top of them. I used Bamboo, Olive, and Moss Artist Markers for the leaves and Mountain Mist, Volcano Lake, Lagoon, and Emerald Artist Markers for the flowers. For both the leaves and flowers I started with my darkest color then worked my way up the color family finishing with the lightest shade. I used the stamped image as a guide to decide where my images would be, as it's a solid image there is no right and wrong when deciding what is a petal and what is a leaf, it's completely up to you.

DSC02269I finished the card off simply by adding a few Jet Black Enamel Dots.

Please watch the video below to see how this card came together, or over on our YouTube Channel:

Thanks so much for stopping by! And I'll see you again real soon!

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Lynne April 26, 2019 - 10:03

Beautiful card. Lovely to see how it comes together

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Tricia Podmore April 26, 2019 - 10:07

Gorgeous and WOW! Appreciate your sharing.

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Linda Talley April 26, 2019 - 10:10

Very nice card. Thank you for sharing!

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barbara lassiter April 26, 2019 - 10:27

This is gorgeous and I love the colors! With your skill, you make it look so easy! Thanks for all the tips!

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Betty April 26, 2019 - 13:45

love this technique, Lydia – fantastic card wonderful colors!

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Mary Kelly April 26, 2019 - 17:56

Oh Lydia, that was terrific. I received the Study in Watercolor stamp set at the Melbourne Workshop and haven’t mastered anything with it yet, so I will try this technique. It was a great video to watch how you did your colouring and I am sure I will be watching this one quite a few times. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Maureen Reiss April 26, 2019 - 18:11

Really Gorgeous!!!

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Linda BL April 27, 2019 - 09:37

I will be trying yiur no line coloring technique soon using A study in Watercolor– it is a gift which is due to arrive soon. I have watched your video twice already. Thanks for showing how you start with the darkest color and then finish with the lightest over all. Your card is gorgeous!

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Henriëtte April 27, 2019 - 14:42

Gorgeous card Lydia and great idea, I never would thought of no line colouring with a solid stamp. Thank you so much for showing and have a great weekend.

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memalagene April 27, 2019 - 18:01

WOWZERS! Gorgeous creation! Thanks for the video!

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Sherry April 29, 2019 - 19:36

Lydia, This card is absolutely beautiful! Thank you for sharing your expertise:)

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Helen April 30, 2019 - 20:38

Lydia, this card is simply beautiful. So enjoyed the video tutorial–am fascinated with how you worked from the solid images to create the no line details. The result is fabulous. tfs

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