Watercoloring in detail.

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today I want to talk to you about watercoloring in detail.

Sometimes when we watercolor it goes towards backgrounds or eclectic layouts. Well today I want to show you how to watercolor in detail. So I have taken the fine tip of the Water Painters and filled the barrel with water. I then dropped about 4 drops each of the ink colors Magenta Madness, Bumblebee, and Just Jade on to a clear block.

I then dripped one or two drops of water from the brush tip on to the chosen color. When coloring I went to the center of the image and just barely dropped the color. After I moved the ink as I wanted with the brush being careful to not add any more water or ink.

The stems and some of the detail is difficult to see in the photo. When I first stamped the image I did it with the Versamark Pad and then embossed with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder. Then a quick zap with the Heat Tool and I was ready to color or paint.

If you create with this technique please let me know how it turns out.

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂

P.S. The stamp set is from this month’s Paper Pumpkin Kit. If you would like to purchase this set please shop at https://stampingwithjoni.com/shop/ after March 10. All items in my online shop are while supplies last. To see more projects with this kit please plan on joining me on Wednesday at 7 pm for my Facebook Live at http://facebook.com/StampingWithJoni. If you can’t make it then catch the video on the replay on the same page.

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I am a Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator and I love what I do in helping you to create. Please leave comments and happy crafting!

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