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Moving On With Your Water Colouring Using Zig Real Brush Markers With The Amazing Stamps By Anita Jerim.

Anita Jerim Arteza Brush Markers Colorado Crafts Company Daisy D Designs Daisy d's designs Jo Summers jo-annescreations New Baby Water Colouring zig clean colour real brush markers Zig Real Brush Markers

 Hi There Crafty Friends,

I hope your all Well!,

I have loved using the Distress Inks to build my confidence with water colouring painting. But I felt I wanted to give another medium a go... 

Previously I have struggled with my Zig Markers but un deterred, I though I try again.

I was quite shocked at how I felt using them, I had a different feeling and appreciated the way the colours worked. I had completely slowed down. 

Enjoying the practice far more, not a expert but defiantly heading in the right direction.

Products

New Baby Stamp ( Colorado Craft Company) 

https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/collections/colorado-craft-company/products/anita-jeram-new-baby 

Real Brush Markers ( Zig or Any )

Water Colouring Smooth Cardstock ( Strathmore Bristol or Any )

Obsidian Black Ink ( Altenew)

White Jelly Roll ( Any)

C6 Card Blank ( Any)

Iridescent Sequins ( Any)

Method

Stamp out the image using Obsidian ink .

 

First lay down some water to your panel of water colouring cardstock. 

Then with a light blue brush marker colour around the out side of your image.

As the panel is wet the colour will fade of in a feather kind of look. To add more fading add more water. Th add more colour add more marker.
Once this has dried add in grass, and bunny colours by using pens to lay down colour and water to spread each section added more pen to the darker area's.

 

Before cutting down your panel ,add your sentiment in the same ink as your image.
Then using tape runner or double sided tape attach to your card blank.
Finally add the sequins, to finish your card.
Happy Paper Crafting 
Jo
xxx


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