Thanks so much for stopping by! Today’s post is part of the Watercolour Wishes blog hop for Scrap’N Stamp.
I wanted to think outside the watercolour pan (if you will) to see what other types of mediums I could use to create a watercolour look with supplies that you might have already in your stash. I opened my ink drawer and spotted my Distress Oxide Reinkers and wondered what would happen if I used those like liquid watercolours….Then I remembered a fun technique I used to use when I was an Educational Assistant at a special needs school. I ran up to my kitchen and found some disposable cups that were left over from our block party, grabbed my dish soap and my reusable Starbucks straw and well…..you will have to watch the video to see this crazy process unfold! I will tell you the results were unexpectedly cool! I will link to all the materials used below as well as a complete list with links to all the Design Team Members participating in this hop.
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Here is a slideshow of the finished results from the techniques used. Enjoy!
Chala – You are Here
Ranger Distress Oxide Ink: Wild Honey
Simon Says Stamp: Tiny Words Stamp Set
Stampendous: Daisy Thanks Stamp Set
Life is Beautiful / Thank you Sentiments
Canson 90lb Cold Press Watercolour Paper
Recollections (Signature) Gold Detail Embossing Powder
Ad Tech Crafter’s Tape Permanent
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