I gathered my supplies and started right in on this rambling vine.
If you're curious about my pencil case, I bought it from Hobby Lobby and it holds 120 pencils. It has four sections, it zips shut and it also has snaps at the end of the zipper pulls, so they don't flap around. Honestly, it's not my favorite, but I needed something in a hurry and that was the largest case Hobby Lobby had.
If you did a Google search for these adult coloring books by Johanna Basford, you would find that there are some awesome colorists out there, doing fantastic things on their pages. I haven't quite found my groove yet. But, spending more time with the books should remedy that. So, for this fairly plain page, I decided to add some fluffy clouds.
I like how it turned out! With all of that open space, I was tempted to stamp a meaningful sentiment or a verse or something, but then I thought, what if it smudges, or doesn't stamp properly? Then I would be stuck looking at that for the rest of my days. Soooo, needless to say, I left it off...for now. I have a nice collection of verses and sentiments printed on vellum and I might just pull those out to see how that would look.
Here are a few more close-ups
And that is it for me! Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope your weekend was wonderful!
Enchanted Forest Coloring Book(Johanna Basford)
ink: Tumbled Glass Distress Ink(Ranger)
coloring medium: PrismaColor Colored pencils
bling: Clear Wink of Stella(Zig) Clear Star Gelly Roll pen(Sakura)
other: Gamsol(Inky Antics) Blending stumps(Dick Blick) sponge(Stampin' Up!)