Wednesday, July 15, 2015

CSCC #16 - No Line Coloring

Hi! I am back with my DT post for the Create Something Catchy Challenge. This month the challenge is

(You can use any medium to color your images!)
You can check these videos on No Line Coloring for your reference!


1.Create a card highlighting 'No -Line Coloring'
2. New work please
3. You can enter twice
4. You can combine with any number of challenges
5. Last date - 25th of July
6. Have fun.. ;)

The winner of this challenge will receive goodies from 

I was quite foxed when the challenge was announced, since I have never tried this technique before! I went to through several video tutorials, and this is what I came up with.

I started with a piece of white card stock and stamped the flower from Fiskars - Petals from Scratch set with distress ink Scattered Straw. I colored the background with Scattered Straw, Peeled Paint and Amazon Trail which is part of the new Artistry distress inks by Shilpi Crafts. 

Then I came in with Scattered Straw, Picked Raspberry, Peeled Paint and Rusty Hinge for the flowers. I distressed it further with some water and had my very own DP!

I loved it so much that I didn't want to waste even a small bit. So I decided to make two cards.

For the first card, I simply cut a small strip and adhered it to white card stock. The sentiment is from Winnie & Walter - A Tree for All Seasons set. I stamped it with the Amazon Trail distress ink. Some stitching lines with a white gel pen finished the card.

For the second card, I trimmed the remaining piece of my DP and adhered it to the card. I also cut a thin strip of paper and heat embossed it with some pale pink EP by Wow. The sentiment is from PTI Phrase Play #11 mini stamp set, again stamped with Amazon Trail.

I hope you liked my cards and are inspired to create. Don't forget to link your creations to CSCC #16 by 25th of July! Looking forward to hearing from you!



  1. Wow Nandini these look great - what an effective technique!

  2. Absolutely gorgeous, Nandini. Love the colors. I'm looking forward to seeing your work in the Online Background class.