Don’t you just love/hate when a shopping site sends you that link that says “People who bought what you bought also like this….”??? Ha! Well I love Stonehenge White paper enough for my colored pencils that they recommended I try out Kraft Paper. I don’t know if it’s “new” – but it wasn’t there last time I looked, so I threw some in the cart! In today’s video I tested it out with Prismacolor pencils by coloring….pencils!
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Watch the video below or click HERE to watch in HD on YouTube.
To finish off my cards, I layered up the panels, then stamped the Thank You on the same paper, punched a circle around it, then added it with dimensional adhesive.
These are the colors used – I kept each trio for the pencils really close to each other (and had to add a little of the dark yellow to the medium to lessen the jump a bit!)
See an IGTV video with the apple stamp in this set here.
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- Stonehenge Kraft Paper
- All Write, Darcie’s Clear Stamps
- MFT Grout Grey Ink – no longer available, try this instead
- Jet Black Lawn Fawn Ink Pad
- Polychromos Pencils: EH – BLICK
- Polychromos Hex Chart
- Prismacolor pencils: EH – BLICK
- Prismacolor Hex Chart
- Quietsharp Pencil Sharpener: AMZ – BLICK
- Stonehenge Drawing Paper: AMZ – •BLICK
Fabulous cards. Thank you for finding & test driving/ colouring this new shade of Stonehenge, saving up for my pads.x
Really cute cards Sandy! And always fun to discover a new paper!
Gorgeous colouring Sandy, I love the bright colouring on the kraft cardstock.
Thanks for trying out both sides and thanks for your great video.
I will watch the youtube on my big TV since Im on my iphone now. Im thinking whats wrong with using Neenah desert storm or solar white?
Nothing wrong with them, but I love the texture that Stonehenge has; their papers are made for mediums like pencil, whereas Neenah is a printing paper.
This is really cool – I love the way the colored pencils show up on the darker kraft paper… You’re pulling me into that pencilling frame of mind, slowly but surely! Cute stamp set too – I love Darcie’s little sets – good sized images for coloring with any media, and lots of punny sayings.