Inside the Lines coloring with markers with video for Kylie’s Int’l Blog Highlight

Hello and thanks for stopping by my blog today! I am taking part in a special International Blog Highlight by Kylie Bertucci and you are able to VOTE for my project. The top ten winners will get to be part of an international blog hop. I would greatly appreciate it if you would please vote for my project. You can vote Wed 2/15 @ 4pm Eastern by clicking here   *voting starts Wed 2/15 @ 4pm Eastern time US

Our theme for this highlight is get well soon, and these colors certainly make me feel better   🙂

The paper I used to make this project is Inside the Lines Designer Series Paper. The sentiment has a beautiful script that I used from Thoughts & Prayers stamp set. I am using markers for this project because I want the paper to really hold on to the ink and stay happy and bright.  This Designer paper is available FREE with a $50 product purchase now. There are lots of other free Sale-A-Bration items to choose from as well.

I am using contrasting colors of pink and gray that also compliment one another. Two shades of gray (Smoky Slate & Basic Gray) with two shades of pink )Melon Mambo & Pink Pirouette. By using different shade of the same basic colors, I am helping to give the illusion of depth and carry the focus around the card.  If you would like to get a slightly darker or more saturated look to a color, try adding a few more layers of color from the marker to your image. This will completely saturate the paper and give you the deepest color.

Measurements for this project are:

Inside the Lines dsp: 4 1/4″ x 3 3/8″
Basic Black paper: 4 1/4″ x 3 1/2″
Vellum paper: 4 1/4″ x 3 3/4″
Basic Gray card base is 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
sentiment: Melon Mambo 1/2″ x 3″ Black 5/8″ x 3 1/4″

The sentiment has been heat embossed using White Stampin’ Emboss powder and VersaMark ink pad. This give a nice bit of texture to the card when it is held in your hand. Try using this paper with a different color scheme and see the difference in the result. What can you think of to use this paper?


I’ve made a video tutorial for this project. To view the video on YouTube, CLICK HERE


Here is a supply list for this project, which includes links you can click to purchase an item, at no additional cost to you, or get detailed information. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂

These components work together to make a nice, clean and simple card design with pleasant colors. It will be easy for you to duplicate and try a new color scheme. Thanks for visiting my blog today, please make sure you head over to Kylie’s blog  to vote for my project. I would love to be chosen to do an international blog hop!

Meanwhile, I hope you find a simple card design and make it your own.

-Jenny Hall


For information about this month’s live event, click here for details and supplies

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    • Thank you so much! Coloring is often therapeutic for me. How have you used this paper? I’d love to see what you’ve created 🙂 Thanks for stopping by. -Jenny

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