Good Morning, Quilters and Doodlers!
Today we are going to doodle in color in our ongoing series, Better Quilting Through Doodling!
First–a really fabulous announcement! Bluprint is offering their entire class library FREE for two weeks! This is a great opportunity to dabble in things you’ve never tried before or take a deep dive into a single topic! There is something for the whole family…just take your time to explore.
Be sure to take a look at my three classes:
Doodle in Color
If you’re a quilter, you LOVE color. So let’s add a little color to our doodles! Instead of black pens on white paper try doodling with a colored pen, pencil or marker.
Return to the previous doodling tutorials for inspiration:
Another way to add color to your doodles is with water color pencils or watercolor paint.
I also have a very nice set of Caran D’ache Museum Aquarelle watercolor pencils that I love!)
It’s really fun to draw with pencils then brush over with water to reveal the magic!
After the water dried, I doodled over the flowers with a permanent ink pen like Uniball Vision.
Double doodle! First doodle with colored pencils, then doodle with black ink.
A New Tutorial?
I don’t have a tutorial for this messy flower…Coming soon!?
Doodle A Day
Be sure to doodle every day–and when you can stitch your doodles!
Stay busy and stay well!
Your adventurous doodler,
PS…All tutorials, images and information are the property of Lori Kennedy Quilts and are intended for personal use only. Feel free to re-blog, pin or share with attribution to LKQ. For all other purposes, please contact me at Lori@LoriKennedyQuilts.com. Thanks!
PPS….This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase–at no additional cost to you–I may receive a little pin-money. Thank you for supporting Lori Kennedy Quilts in this small way!