Watercoloring with Ink Refills Facebook Live Demonstration

How to watercolor with Stampin' UP! ink refills. #stampinup #luvinstampin #watercolor #cardmaking Wendy Cranford wwwl.luvinstampin.com

Watercoloring with ink refills is so easy.  However, I admit it takes practice.

The more you do it the better you’ll get at it.

The biggest obstacle is the concentration of the pigment.

Ink refills are very concentrated pigment.  Learning to dilute them with the right amount of water definitely takes practice.

Facebook live featuring stamping tutorials on Tuesdays at 3pm PST. www.facebook.com/luvinstampin

Today’s facebook live I will demonstrate how to use Stampin’ UP! Ink Refills to watercolor.

I have some tips and tricks for you so join me live at 3pm PST.  If you can’t be there live, that’s ok, you can always catch the replay.  The replay will be uploaded to You Tube after the live event.

TIPS & INSTRUCTIONS:

+  The more water you add to your ink the more diluted the color will become

+ Card base is cut at 4 1/4″ x 11″

+ Basic Black card layer is cut at 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″

+ Watercolor card stock is cut at 4″ x 5 1/4″

+ In order to avoid mixing colors on your painting, make sure you let one area dry before you pain the area next to it.

+ Using wink of stella to make your flowers glimmer is fun, but remember it will reactivate the ink so you could lose some of what you’ve done.

Supplies used on this project are listed below the video.  Click any of the images to purchase them in my online store.

 

Wendy

Comments

  1. Thank you so much for taking the time to share this Facebook Live with your worldwide viewers. I have missed your detailed cards so much. You have taught me so many techniques over the years, and have been my favorite Stampin Up Demonstrator. It was so exciting to learn these watercolour techniques from you. I just want you to know how much you’ve been appreciated!

  2. Aw thank you so much Jaycee! Means the world to me when people take the time to leave me sweet comments like this.

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