Twinkling H2O`s

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Twinkling H2O`s
Twinkling H2Os Tutorial
August 2003 Newsletter
Supplies
Twinkling H2Os
Water brush
Stamps(s)
Embossing pad
Step One
Embossing powder
Heat tool
Cardstock
Stamp image on cardstock. Emboss if applicable.
Note Embossing is not mandatory, but you do have better
control with placement of colors within embossed lines.
Step Two
Step Three
Dip wet water brush into pot of twinkling H2Os
to pick up color.
Apply colors to images as desired, using water brush as a
paintbrush.Colors dry nearly instantly!
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Step Four & Five
Between colors, wipe water brush on scrap paper
to clean brush.
When finish coloring, mount layers and embellish
card as desired.
Finished Card
Pat Huntoon
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© 2003Patstamps.com
Finished Card
Finished Card
Judy Mahon
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Pat Huntoon
© Stampin’ Up!
Finished Card
Finished Card
Lynne Porter
Lynne Porter
Finished Card
Finished Card
Lynne Porter
Lynne Porter
Finished Card
Pat Huntoon
Finished Card
Judy Mahon
© Stampin’ Up!
© 2003Patstamps.com
Finished Card
Judy Mahon
© Stampin’ Up!
© 2003Patstamps.com

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