Friday, 23 January 2015

Colouring Fun

Hi!
Today I have project over on the Hero Arts blog. It's a little colouring book I created for my daughter Lily, featuring some of their brand new stamps. And the best part - it was really quick and easy to create!
First, I stamped the new Swanky L onto some Lawn Fawn patterned paper. Then, I used some alphabet letter stamps to spell out 'Colour Me'. Once it was dry, I added some silver stitching to the L, then stuck the panel onto a notecard. I cut some sheets of paper to the size of the notecard, folded in half, and stitched into the notecard down the spine. I concealed the stitching with some lovely silver glitter tape.
Monogram Colouring Book by Lucy Abrams
Lily loves glitter and sparkle, so the silver thread and glitter tape were essential. :)
Monogram Colouring Book 1 by Lucy Abrams
Inside the book are six pages of animal colouring fun, created with the new Playful Animals stamps. I labelled each animal with the alphabet stamps (to give it some educational benefit. I am an ex-teacher after all. Plus, Lily is loving sounding out words and letters at the moment.)
Monogram Colouring Book 4 by Lucy Abrams
It didn't take her long to claim it - she coloured this little guy first, in rainbow colours. She is obsessed with rainbows. I have no idea where she gets that from. ;) And check out her inky fingers. Also inherited. :)
Monogram Colouring Book 5 by Lucy Abrams
If you want full step-by-step instructions on how I created this book, head over to the Hero Arts blog and follow the link.
Bye for now, and have a great weekend.
Supplies


8 comments:

conil said...

Let me guess...her mother is Lucy ...guess she gets it from you. Seriously, adorable little project.

Dotty Jo x said...

What a lovely idea! Jo x

Carole said...

Very nice colouring book x

Carol said...

Such a fabulous project, Lucy! I just love it.

Jo Nevill said...

Fantastic ! I'm loving the new Hero Arts stamps. Looks like Lily is having fun !

Heidi said...

Beautiful!

jintyoo7 said...

Adorable, Lucy :-)

Caroline said...

This is adorable!! What a great idea to share a project with your babies :)