No Line Coloring with Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps

It has been so long since I have done any no line coloring I wanted to try my hand at it again. I have to admit I am a little out of practice, but actually, super happy with how this image turned out, even with my rustiness! Not to mention, the sentiment with this card is just PERFECT and fits right in with my sense of humor!! If you want to see exactly how I made this card, you can watch the video tutorial down below!!



The background of this card is soo incredibly easy to make! All I had to do was stamp the Hay Bale stamp with Rich Cocoa Memento Ink repeatedly on the card base. Then, using the Shea Butter ink from Catherine Pooler and a mini ink blending tool, I started filling in the hay bales with color. I used a homemade “stencil” – watch the video above to see how I did this!!

Finished 3

The next step for this card was the coloring. I used my Prismacolor Colored Penclis for the coloring on this card and I didn’t bled them with OMS this time – I let the pencils do all of the work!

The card I kept super simple. I really wanted to let the background, coloring an sentiment stand out. I LOVE the HAY! sentiment with this background! It is just my kind of humor!!

Finished 5


This is such a fun fall card! I am in love with the little scarecrow and can’t wait to use it for more of my fall cards! If you are interested in any of the supplies I used on my card today, you will find them all linked down below! Thanks for stopping by today and until next time, Happy Crafting!!


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