It has taken some time but finally I have sat down to take a video of my no lines technique, which is the technique of stamping your stamp with a lighter ink than black. It leaves faint lines and when you colour they look like they disappear.

You can see the very first image I coloured here and then the technique swept across the craft world with many crafters now colouring using this method as the results can often be stunning!

The magnolia stamp in this video took about 1.5 hours to colour so rather than bore you for an hour I have sped up the video. I have shared a few tips along the way that I hope will be helpful.

I have included all the details and colours at the beginning of the video if you would like to follow along.

If the video doesn’t open by clicking the image above CLICK HERE


Here is the card I made:


And here is a close up. Before creating the card I decided to touch up a few areas where I wanted a little extra depth and clarity using a dark brown and dark purple pencil. Very sharp so that I could get into tiny spaces and clean some areas up.



I had a lot of fun making the video and was tapping my foot along to the music by Tim McMorris so I hope you enjoy it too! AND you may even have a bit of a chuckle at the end. :)

Big Squeezes!

Zoe xo

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4 Responses to “Video Tutorial: No Lines Technique”

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  1. I’m always in love with your cards!
    Thank u so much for sharing this amazing video!!
    I love it!!

  2. Zoe, What a fantastic video!! Not only did I learn a new technique, but I was also tapping along to the music. What a great song!! Your coloring is absolutely gorgeous and I will definitely be trying it and some of the tips too!! Thanks so much for sharing….and loved the ending of the video. :)

  3. SPECTACULAR…..waaaaaa thank you sooo much for this video…i learn so much from you

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