The chipboard on this project is Butterfly Swirls Chipboard from Make it crafty. As many know, I don't like to color with my pencils, however, coloring on the chipboard is a completely different story. I was able to layer the colors and blend them in with no problem at all. The coloring went quickly - partly because it was a small area and I didn't have to worry about the lines. I did, however, try to keep my coloring strokes in the same direction especially on the butterfly wings where it would be noticeable.
I basically used greens and yellows for the stems, silvers and ivory for the bubbles, brown for the butterfly body, and lastly lots of blues for the wings from light blue-cream to almost a black-blue. I had so much fun on the main chippie that I decided to keep at it and colored the other two smaller butterflies and two corners.
If you have a moment you should visit the MiC Store Blog for all sorts of tips and coloring inspiration - it's amazing what the rest of the design team has made and I they always inspire me. Thanks for coming by and have a great weekend!