Today on our blog, we welcome our regular contributor colouring artist Betty Hung. Betty has designed this FREE April colouring card just for you! – CLICK HERE to download your card. Here is Betty’s version of the card. She has coloured and created the card using Chameleon Pens. Visit Betty’s blog – Color Art – for more colouring inspiration – SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door
Hello everyone! It’s Kelly Klapstein here today sharing a cute “Good Luck” card with you. I designed this card using only a few supplies: Chameleon Pens, Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock, Tombow Adhesive, Westcott Trimmer, and a pencil. You might know that I’m slightly obsessed with brush lettering and calligraphy, so I wanted to show you a way you can ‘fake’ out lettering in an easy way. Start by writing a word with a pencil. Then add a second line to the downstrokes of the letters. When you finish sketching the rest of the card, you trace over it with a permanent pen. I love the black detail pen that comes in with the Chameleon Pen set. It has 2 nibs of different sizes on either end. I used the larger .6mm nib for my card. For the lettering, you can either fill in the strokes with the black pen or leave…
Christy Riopel has put together a basic layout using Creative Memories and Chameleon pens! Supplies: Creative Memories patterned paper, stickers, pen, adhesives and die cuts, Chameleon pens. GORGEOUS! Happy Tuesday everyone! Get your next copy of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine at Barnes & Noble!
I was wondering around the Internet yesturday and found this very cool technique on the Chameleon Pens blog. Leah Cornelius designed this card – creating a Bokeh effect using Chameleon pens. You have to jump on over the Chameleon pens blog for a complete step by step tutorial on how she created this! CLICK HERE Have a wonderful Sunday everyone! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!