Wet Watercolor Technique

Thursday, October 21, 2010
The second technique we learned at this weeks technique class is called Wet Watercolor using the Wonder Crayons and this is the card that they made. I love this stamp set called Autumn
Days. It is perfect for those 'hard to make masculine cards'

By coloring directly on to your stamp with the Watercolor Wonder Crayons then misting your stamp before stamping on the cardstock. Option that we did here was to mist the paper instead of the the stamp. Keep in mind you must use a watercolor paper or one of Stampin' Ups! heavier papers like the Naturals Ivory shown here. The ladies also learned how to color the Texture plate before running it through the Big Shot to give the background (of the Chocolate Chip piece) a raised and more defined look. So I guess they got two techniques in one on this card.

SS: Autumn Days, Teeny Tiny Wishes
CS: Cherry Cobbler, Chocolate Chip, More Mustard, Naturals Ivory
INK: Chocolate Chip, More Mustard
Accessories: Water Color Crayons, Sponge, Twill Tape

Stay tuned tomorrow to see the last technique we learned.

So For Now...

Happy Stamping!!

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