Thursdays with Sandiebella


Good morning and welcome to my first DT Thursday for STAMPINGBELLA.. Now this is my second attempt..First was a video that did not work so I took pics and did it again.. The pics are listed in order.. So for this technique you will nee a few things
Gamsol-Odourless Mineral Spirit
Prisma Pencil- White
Blending Stump
Kraft Paper
Memento Ink Black
Image I used EDNA the DIVA kerri2 kerri3

Ok here you are going to take your White Pencil and outline your cloud..Whee you want it to appear darker..Take your blending stump dip it into the Gamsol and blend the White out towards the centre..

After blending this is what it will look like..Using your White Pencils if you want more colour reply and blend out once again… kerri5
Now you have fluffy White Clouds..this is the same technique I used when colouring in the ruffles on the dresses.. kerrri6

Moving onto the BOA I do the same technique I took pics to show you the steps

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Once you have your colouring the way you want it feel free to add glitter to make it sparkle..

Just a few reminder the STAMP OF THE MONTH is still up for grabs..I’ll Always have YOUR save 20%  If you have time join us for BELLARIFIC FRIDAYS as well..Thanks for stopping by and I hope this helps if you have any questions leave me a comment and I will try to answer them..HUGS



  1. Terri Ann says:

    This was a great informative technique. I mostly use my Copic markers but used to use my pencil all the time. I’m getting my pencils out again. Thanks so much Kerri.

  2. Amanda Fluri says:

    This was such a great blog post. My only wish is that I could sit there and watch you colour. I am new to prisma colours and just invested in a set, as well as blending stumps and gamsol, but I have no idea what I’m doing with them, so watching you colour would be hugely helpful. Beautifully done though!

  3. Toni Selden says:

    Wonderful ideas…..I always look forward to seeing what you post….

  4. Thanks so much for sharing! I love the step by step photos! 🙂

  5. Gail Plaskiewicz says:

    I love how you colored that stamp! The colors are so pretty and so are ribbons on the top. What a nice job you did on it!

  6. Fabulous inspiration to dig out my pencils again – thanks Kerri!

    Christine x

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