Here is the first card I made...
You simply stamp it in a lighter colored ink - in this case Pistachio.
Trace the image with desired colors using watercolor pencils. You don't even have to fully trace the image as the watercolor media and paint can be easily spread around. Once you've got the image colored the way you'd like, use a waterbrush or paintbrush and water to blend and move the watercolor around. I've used Inktense watercolor pencils for todays projects.
I had so much fun with the first I made another...
This image was stamped with Grey Flannel Memento Ink. Since the sun was so big I added more than a single line of color in the upper left corner but not much. The rest of the image is all single lines of watercolor pencil.
And wet to blend.
And finally my third.
This time I stamped with VersaMark ink - yes, my pad is a bit dirty which is why you can see it. That's why I used that particular pad.
Single lines of color...
It really is such a fun technique and once you get going it goes very quickly. The hardest part is choosing the colors - LOL!! After that it's a breeze! I hope you give it a try.
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Inktense Watercolor Pencils