HOW TO PLAY: Stamp or print a Power Poppy Stamps image onto COLORED CARDSTOCK! Then, color away! Use ANY color cardstock, as long as it's NOT white.
On to my creations!
The class was to color the Monarchs and Milkweed image onto tan cardstock. I had a lot of fun coloring on the tan paper with Copics and Prismacolor pencils.
The tan cardstock was light enough that the Copic markers looked fine, if muted, and the colored pencil looked AMAZNG!
So...I thought...what OTHER colors could I print onto and color?!?
I asked my artist daughter about using colored paper and she said the standard colors she used were white, off white or cream, tan, and gray. But, I was sure that light blue, pink, even red would work! I tried a few different papers and colors and learned lots of things!
This is another example of playing around before you start an actual project. Be prepared to "waste" a little printer ink and a few sheets of cardstock! It's worth it to experiment!
Have a great week! I can't wait to see what you create!