Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Crayon Resist

1) Stamp your image in Basic Black Classic ink or StazOn ink on Glossy White card stock.122007-fig1

2) Color areas you want to remain white--or that you want different from your background color--using a Whisper White or other light-colored Watercolor Wonder Crayon.

3) Use a brayer or sponge daubers to cover the entire surface of the card stock with ink.

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4) Wipe off excess ink with a tissue.

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Tips:

Give the ink time to dry before coloring your image with your crayon; otherwise the lines of your image may smudge.

After Step 4, you can color over the masked area with Stampin' Write markers or using watercolor tools.

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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Reverse Masking

1) Stamp your frame image twice: once on card stock and once on a scrap piece of paper or 072007-fig1 sticky note.

2) Cut out the middle of the frame image on your scrap paper.

3) Carefully align the mask over the original image to cover up everything outside the frame.

4) Sponge ink or stamp another image over your mask.

5) Remove mask and finish your project.

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Text and image © 2009 Stampin’ Up!®

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Stamping with Markers

Directions: Online_training_121

1) Use a Stampin' Write marker to apply color to the stamp. Ink only the part of the image you need.

2) Add other colors if desired.

3) Breathe onto the inked image to remoisten the ink before stamping onto paper.

Tip:

For a more muted, watercolor look, spray a fine mist of water on the stamp instead of breathing on it.


Text and image © 2009 Stampin’ Up!®