Watercoloring with Watercolor Crayons

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Today’s card is from the Techie class where I showed them how to use the Watercolor Crayons to color in a line stamped image.? I am by no means a Watercolorist.? ?I see so many Beautiful watercolor cards out there and I’m so jealous, but I do the best I can and keep telling myself it doesn’t have to be perfect.? Believe me if I can do this you can do this. :)? What’s the saying?? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and whomever?be holding this card will think it’s beautiful because it came from me. 🙂 LOL Yeah right!

CS:? Chocolate chip #102128, Pink Passion #102762, Watercolor paper #105019
Ink:? Black Stazon #101406, Chocolate Chip#100908
SS:? Music Expressions #113718, Watercolor Trio #120084 clear mount, #117050 wood mount
Accessories:? Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa, Pink Passion, Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery, Always Artichoke, Bashful Blue and Ballet Blue Watercolor Crayons Bold Brights #106695, Earth Elements #106696, Soft Subtles #106697, Vanilla Hodgepodge Hardware #112454, Vanilla Ribbon #117291, Vintage Brads #109109, Dotted Impressions Folder #117335, Big Shot #113439, Aquapainter #103954, Ticket Corner Punch #107214

If you would like to order any of the products used to create this card you may place your order on my website:? gcalkins.stampinup.net.

Also, here’s a tip for you; the Watercolor paper is the BEST?paper to use when you are doing this technique.? The Watercolor paper is a lot thicker and can handle the water better than any of the other card stocks.

Thanks so much and have a Great Day!

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