How to Watercolor

 

Water-coloring

 

If you haven’t tried water-coloring before, here are a few easy tips for you to follow. Water-coloring doesn’t have to be exact; that’s the beauty of it. Let the color flow where it will, creating a gradation of color that looks natural. You don’t want the color so opaque that the paper doesn’t show through a bit. Use the paper as you lightest point.

 


Using Pastels:

 Dip the tip of a blender pen on to the corner of a Stampin’ Pastel, then apply color to the stamped image.

 

Using Watercolor Wonder Crayons:

 

 Brush the tip of a blender pen, Aqua Painter, or wet watercolor brush directly on the tip of a Watercolor Wonder Crayon, then apply color to the stamped image. 

 

Using Watercolor Wonder Crayons & Watercolor Pencils:

 

  Color a section of the stamped image with a Watercolor Wonder Crayon or Watercolor Pencil. Then use a Blender Pen, Aqua Painter, or wet watercolor brush to blend color as desired.

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Using a Classic Stampin’ Pad:

 

Press the closed lid of a Classic Stampin’ Pad down against the inked pad, then open the lid. Use a Blender Pen, Aqua Painter or damp watercolor brush to lift the ink from the small pool of color in the lid and apply to stamped image.

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Stampin’ Up! Product Numbers:

 

Stampin’ Pastels  #120962, Stampin’ Pastels New Color Kit  #120963 

Watercolor Wonder Crayons

New Color Kit  #120949, Subtles#119802, Regals  #119803, Brights #119803, Neutrals  #119805

Watercolor Pencils #101879  Unknown-18

Aqua Painters  #103954 

Blender Pens  #102845 

 

For any questions or to order any product email me at diane@lakesidestamper.com  or you can place an on-line order 24/7 and have it delivered right to your doorstep.

 

Thanks for visiting and Happy Water-coloring!

 

 

 

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