Yellow Teddy photo

  Yellow Teddy banner

 www.yellow-teddy.org.uk

Colouring

 

site search by freefind advanced

Home   

About Me

My Garden

Picture Gallery

Treasures

Knitting

In Tray

Links

Guestbook

DRAWING & PAINTING:

Colouring

Christmas

Dino's Reptiles

DIARY:

2017 Jan
2017 Feb

2017 Mar
2017 Apr
2017 May
2017 Jun
2017 Jul
2017 Aug
2017 Sep
2017 Oct
 

2016 Jan
2016 Feb
2016 Mar
2016 Apr
2016 May
2016 June
2016 July
2016 Aug
2016 Sep
2016 Oct
2016 Nov

2016 Dec

2015 Jan
2015 Feb

2015 March
2015 April
2015 May
2015 June
2015 Jul
2015 Aug
2015 Sep
2015 Oct
2015 Nov
2015 Dec

2014 Jan
2014 Feb
2014 March
2014 April
2014 May
2014 June
2014 July
2014 August
2014 September
2014 October
2014 November
2014 December

2013 Jan
2013 Feb
2013 March

2013 April
2013 May
2013 June
2013 July
2013 August
2013 September
2013 October
2013 November
2013 December

2012 Jan-Apr
2012 May-Jun
2012 Jul

2012 Aug
2012 Sep
2012 Oct
2012 Nov
2012 Dec

2011 Jan-Apr
2011 May-Aug
2011 Sep-Dec

2010 Jan-Apr
2010 May-Aug
2010 Sep-Dec

2009 Jan-Apr
2009 May-Aug
2009 Sep-Dec

 

 

  UNION JACKS

Here are my Union Jack flags that I made for the Queen's Jubilee some years ago. Its shape is a 3:5 proportion. You can check up on the history on the website below.

 

www.flaginstitute.org/wp/british-flags

TREASURES

I have had drawings done of all my Treasures and made into colouring books.

Treasures Colouring Sheets PDF (2.5 MB 34 pages)

This is A4 colouring sheets. If you are working hard to make a masterpiece, use thick paper and really good paints and pencils. A picture done in marker pens may fade in the daylight, so store them in a special Paintings Folder to keep them looking good. Even better, scan them into your computer so you can share them!

Treasures Colouring Cards PDF (4.4 MB 34 pages)

This is to make A6 size cards and postcards. They are best printed on thicker white paper or card. If you print them on thin paper, you can cut out your finished painting and stick it onto some thicker card. That way you can do some practising without wasting cards. If you don't have glitter and sequins to decorate the pages, you can use pieces of coloured material or bits of coloured magazine pages, to get some extra bright colour.

Yellow Teddy colouring

My favourite is the glass heart. I have done a dark outline with marker pens, and am doing the big areas in pale coloured pencils. Then I will fill in the little blobs with bright colours. I like coloured pencils because they do not smudge and I can get into all the corners.

Dino tying ribbons

If you make holes in one side, you can make up a really good Colouring Book. It looks quite smart if you thread a piece of red ribbon through the holes and tie it at the front. Here is Dino having fun with all the ribbons. I think he realises he can't use them all on one book. The ribbon has to be a bit loose so that the pages can turn. Wool and string are good as well because you can put a tassel on each end.

It is better for Dino to do colouring rather than lying on his beanbag all day. I will have to get some giant crayons for him, because if he has paint it will end up on the ceiling and everywhere!

Blue parrot with card gift pack

Here is Blue Parrot modelling a card gift pack. He has been asking for ages to be in a photo! Instead of ribbon, you could use colourful magazine pictures or wrapping paper cut into strips, for a rainbow ribbon effect, fastened with a tiny piece of sticky tape.

You can send people the cards, or give them a pack of cards as a present. If you make your own cards, you do not have to spend any money, and people really like something you have made, because it shows you care about them. They will always keep it and years later they may get it out of a secret drawer and remind you of it! By then you will be a lot more practised and you can say, "Ah Yes, but you should see my stuff now!"

Brown Teddy colouring

Brown Teddy has done his favourite parasols picture with water crayons. You can spread the colour with a brush or a cotton bud. You only need a tiny bit of water otherwise the paper may get wrinkly.

Keyring fish with shading

You can make a beautiful picture with just a black pencil. You shade all the edges, and then you shade everything that is underneath something else, like the scales on the keyring fish. If you do it really carefully and put more detail in, it will look so real that you might think it was a photo!

TOP OF PAGE

 

   
 

You can use the space on your 404 page to help find missing people by embedding info from notfound.org   See Yellow Teddy's 404 page

Where to report a lost or found teddy in the UK:
https://www.facebook.com/LostboxTeddyBears

All original material on this website is copyright Beryl L Pratt and is provided for personal non-commercial home/church/club/educational use only, and may not be republished in any form. If you wish to share the content, please do so by a link to the appropriate page of the website.

Free statcounter from www.statcounter.com