Well, it’s time for my card from the final lesson of Altenew’s Creative Watercolor Media Class.
Lesson 6 showed another way to use re-inkers to watercolor. I liked this technique a lot! It’s fun to watch the colors spread out to wherever the water is on the paper. Although I only had 2 re-inkers, it worked just as well smooshing my ink pads onto a craft mat and picking up the ink. I added a lot of ‘raindrops’ — you regular readers know I love to take pictures of flowers that have raindrops on them. : )
- Altenew Peony Bouquet & Beautiful Day (sentimen) stamp sets
- Tsukineko Versamark Ink
- Inkadinkado embossing powder: Linen White
- Stampin’ Up! dye ink re-inkers: Bravo Burgundy & More Mustard
- Altenew Crisp Dye Ink: Coral Berry
- Tsukineko Memento dye inks: Bamboo Leaves, Dandelion, Sweet Plum & Teal Zeal
- Tonic Studios Nuvo Crystal Drops: Morning Dew
- Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Cardstock
- Simply Defined 5×7 Bright White card base 200#
- Misc. teal cardstock
- Tombow Xtreme adhesive
I am entering this in the following galleries and challenges:
- Altenew Creative Watercolor Media Student Gallery.
- Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes
Well, it was a fun and informative class. I’ve learned some useful tips and have a few techniques I think I will use again and again. As you’ve seen, the the class focuses on using dye inks (on pads, from re-inkers, or in shimmer sprays) to watercolor. Click on any of the highlighted links above for more info.
Edited to add: Thank you Altenew, for the honor!
Thank you all for stopping by! If I’m not back before, have a lovely weekend!
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