Watercolor Crayon Shadows Tutorial

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Watercolor Crayon Shadows Tutorial
Watercolor Crayon Shadows Tutorial
August 2003 Newsletter
Supplies
Watercolor crayons
Ink pads (dye or pigment)
Any stamp EXCEPT solid
stamps
Water brush
Step One
Cardstock (any)
Paper towel (not pictured)
Stamp positioner OR pencil
(not pictured)
Using water brush filled with water, brush end of damp water
brush over the tip of the watercolor crayons to pick up color.
Step Two
Steps Three & Four
Apply the color directly to the stamp using the water brush.
Stamp image onto cardstock.
If you do not have a stamp positioner, do not lift stamp. Lightly draw one pencil line along one edge, and another along the
bottom edge, then lift off stamp.
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Steps Three & Four Continued
Step Five
Clean all watercolor crayon off stamp.
Step Six & Seven
Ink stamp with a darker color than the crayon color.
If using a stamp positioner, stamp the image directly over the
watercolored image. If using the pencil method, line up the
edges with stamp with the pencil marks.
Step Eight
Step Nine
Repeat with all stamps, crayons and inks to be
used on piece.
If paper appears too moist, use a paper towel to soak up
excess water. Be sure to use a “press and lift” motion rather
than a “blotting” motion.
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Step Ten
When design is complete and card is completely dry, layer
and embellish as desired.
Finished Card
Pat Huntoon
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Finished Card
Laurie Charles
© Dream Impressions
Finished Card
Lynne Porter
© 2003Patstamps.com
Finished Card
Lynne Porter
Finished Card
Laurie Charles
© Dream Impressions
Finished Card
Finished Card
Pat Huntoon
© Stampin’ Up!
Lynne Porter
© 2003Patstamps.com
Finished Card
Lynne Porter
© 2003Patstamps.com
Finished Card
Pat Huntoon
© Stampin’ Up!