Thursday, 14 February 2013

Hugs and Kisses with Promarkers

Hi crafty friends,

Today I thought I'd share with you some Promarker Combo's I have been trying out on this gorgeous Saturated Canary 'Hugs and Kisses'  digi stamp. I have just started making my own file of these combinations, as I have a bad habit of just colouring and not noting down which colours I used. But I thought if I have a reference book I can refer back to, it will make thing a whole lot easier :) I have lots on the go at the moment, but today I think I will concentrate on hair and skin (blondes are on the agenda for today). I will post them as I go along :)

Here are a couple I have been working on. Still think I need a bit of practice, but hopefully doing these will give me the practice :)

Brunette

Purple



15 comments:

  1. love it, thanks. Great tips they look super txx

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  2. Wow how brilliant. Love your colouring. Thanks for the help,i struggle with colour combo's so this will be very helpful. Happy crafting.Traceyxx

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  3. Brilliant colouring.....now I know which colours you've used I can practice more myself, thanks x

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  4. Fantastic, what a great idea... your colouring is lovely x

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  5. Fabulous Debbi, I am in the process of doing this with my copics. Love the colours especially the purple hair. Love the new look to your blog too.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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    1. Thank you Linda. Tha means a lot coming from you xxx

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  6. Both fantastic. Great idea to make a file with them in - going to do the same when I finally get around to it. Helen x

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  7. This is great and such a good idea. hazel

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  8. Thank you so much Debbie, this is so helpful, and you've done a brilliant job on your colouring

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  9. Fab images, love the colours you have used, great job x

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  10. Loving the purple hair Debbi! Thanks for doing this.
    xx

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  11. Amazing colouring and a great resource :)

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  12. Love the purple version Debbie! Great idea to log your colours, I know what you mean about forgetting good colour combinations further down the line. They both look great, Judith xx

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  13. Great idea and your colouring is fab hun.
    Hugz, Lorraine xx

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  14. Wow! These look really great, thanks for the tip, I really need to improve my colouring skills xx

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