Washed Colors Tutorial

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Washed Colors Tutorial
Washed Colors Tutorial
April/May 2010
A simple palette of watercolors create soft colorful backgrounds with many uses. These backgrounds can be stamped on, die cut,
punched, or simply used as-is. Your watercolors do NOT need to be expensive to acheive this pretty effect -feel free to raid your kids’ art supplies!
Supplies:
- Watercolors
- Medium-sized Paintbrush
- Watercolor Paper
- Water in Spray Bottle
Step One:
Spray the watercolor paper with water. Determine which colors
to use and spritz them lightly with water.
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Step Two:
Use the paintbrush to apply strokes of the first color on the
watercolor paper.
Step Three:
Add additional colors with the paintbrush as desired.
Step Four:
Step Five:
Step Five Continued:
Step Six:
Spray the colors with water.
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Lift the paper and allow the colors and the water to flow from
one side to the others by turning the paper from side-to-side.
Set aside the paper to dry before using on finished piece. If
desired, use a heat tool to speed drying.
Finished Card
Finished Card
Finished Card
Finished Card
Artwork: Pat Huntoon
Stamps: I Brake for Stamps Artwork:  Pat Huntoon
Stamps: VAP Stamps © 2002-2010Patstamps.com
Artwork:vPat Huntoon
Stamps: Two Nancy’s Art Stamps
Artwork: Ann Clack
Stamps: Inkadinkado
Finished Card
Artwork: Kathie McGuire
Stamps: Stampin’ Up!
© 1990-2010 Stampin’ Up! ®
Finished Card
Artwork:  Ann Clack
Stamps: Stampin’ Up!, Mo’s Digital Image
© 1990-2010 Stampin’ Up! ®
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Finished Card
Artwork: Shelly Hickox
Image: Alluring Impressions
Finished Card
Artwork: Kathie McGuire
Finished Card
Beth Norman
Image: Twisted Papers
Stamps: Stampin’ Up!
© 1990-2010 Stampin’ Up! ®
Finished Card
Artwork:  Judy Jackson
Image: Artistic Outpost
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Finished Card
Artwork: Judy Jackson
Image: Heathers Stamping Haven
Finished Card
Artwork: Hetty Sanders
Image: Ducks in a Row, Morningstar Stamps

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