Pencil and Ink Tutorial

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Pencil and Ink Tutorial
Pencil and Ink Tutorial
August/September 2010
Hetty Sanders contributed and filmed this easy tutorial for using colored pencils to create a delicately colored piece.
Supplies:
- 2 Light or Medium Colors of Complementary Inks
- Black Permanent Ink
- “Finger” Daubers or Cosmetic Sponges
- Light-Colored Cardstock
- Waterbrush filled with Water
- Stamps with open areas to Watercolor
Step One:
Stamp the large background image with a very light color on the
cardstock. Use a color that conveys the mood you are trying to
acheive with your piece.
© 2002-2010Patstamps.com
Step Two:
Use the pencils to color over the top of the ink, using the
stamped image as a guide for where to place the pencil color.
Finished Card
Artwork: Hetty Sanders
Stamps: Stamp Camp
Finished Card
Artwork: Beth Norman
Stamps: Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps, Stampin’ Up!
© 1990-2010 Stampin’ Up! ®
© 2002-2010Patstamps.com
Finished Card
Artwork:  Ann Clack
Stamps: I Brake for Stamps
Finished Card
Artwork: Beth Norman
Stamps: Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps, Stampin’ Up!
© 1990-2010 Stampin’ Up! ®
Finished Card
Artwork: Evelyn Spikes
Stamps: Penny Black, Art Impressions Finished Card
Artwork:  Ali Manning
Stamps: Stamp Camp, Stampin’ Up!
© 1990-2010 Stampin’ Up! ®
© 2002-2010Patstamps.com
Finished Card
Artwork: Evelyn Spikes
Stamps: Anna Griffin

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