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No Line Coloring: Lumberjack Love


Every once in a great while, I see a stamp set that gets me picturing how I’ll use it – all year long. And when that happens? I gotta pop it into my cart and stalk the mail man!

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No Line Coloring

This Lumberjack Love set was one of those – first, I knew I wanted to do no-line coloring with it. That bear! Agh, so cute. And then I want to do fall cards. I see Christmas cards with that lumberjack cutting his own tree. And the little girl dressing up like Rudolph. Sweet when ideas start to flow, isn’t it? (Now I gotta remember to go execute these ideas when the season comes!) Watch the video below, or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

I had a big craft room accident after finishing the coloring – a beverage spilled! At first I wasn’t too worried, it was on the counter, and I didn’t see anything non-plastic laying down there. And then – I saw the stamped image leaning up against something else….in a brown puddle! AGH! I grabbed it and wiped it as fast as I could, but the bottom got all stained and warbly. Grrr! So instead of being a full A2 card, this one….well it turned into a square. Which I think is pretty sweet too!
Sandy Allnock No Line Lumberjack Love


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11 thoughts on “No Line Coloring: Lumberjack Love

  1. So cute, Sandy! Love your no line coloring. And great save by trimming your card down. Thanks for the great video. 😉

  2. Best encouragement ever to try no-line coloring! Thanks for a tutorial for the no-line technique!!!

  3. Fabulous card. I like that you had a little accident because it looks great squared.

  4. Thank you for the coloring tips, it is always good to get a refresher watching you do your shading. Not sure I am ready for no-line coloring, but it looks really nice. 🙂

  5. Sandy this is an amazing card. Your colouring is just awesome. I had to pin this to try.

  6. Sandy, This card is so darn sweet! Love the little scene you’ve created. And, as always, I appreciate you sharing your behind-the-scenes stories involving how to fix mishaps. 🙂

  7. This card is so adorable!!! – I love your no-line watercoloring (gotta stalk everyone else’s cuz I’m afraid to try my own)!

  8. Sandy, what an adorable card. Love the technique of no line coloring, I must try that soon. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Thanks for doing this video I have wanted to do no kines coloring. I bought Memento London Fog gray ink do you think that would work. I love the edging you did with the piercing and pencil line. brilliant Happy accident after spilling that drink.

  10. Love your card and seeing how to do no-line coloring. Never would of known it was to be a an A2 size. Works great as a square card. Love the tip on the stitching. TFS

  11. I find no-line coloring very challenging, so I’m thrilled to see a video with the technique. Thanks Sandy!

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