Try adding soft color to your cards and paper crafting projects with Derwent Tinted Charcoal pencils. They are a great coloring option for pearl linen cardstock.
YouTube Tutorial | Derwent Tinted Charcoal on Linen Cardstock
Watch this quick video tutorial to see Derwent Tinted Charcoal pencils in action. Watch here or in HD on YouTube.
Derwent Tinted Charcoal Pencils
If you haven’t worked with Derwent Tinted Charcoal pencils before, think of them like a graphite pencil with subtle tinted color. I typically use them for shading. I add them to Zentangle® drawings when I want a touch of color.
When using charcoal and graphite pencils, I prefer to use a paper stump or tortillon to blend and soften the color. You could also use a clean finger or cotton swab in a pinch.
For the card front, I used Classic Linen White Pearl cardstock. Curious Metallic Eucalyptus and Rose Gold used for the sentiment die cut and Eucalyptus for the top and bottom edges.
When stamping on cardstock with pearl or metallic finishes I use Staz-On Pigment Ink. It stamps beautifully on non-porous and semi-porous surfaces and dries quickly, especially for pigment ink.
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