Hello everyone!  It’s Kelly Klapstein here today to share a quick and easy technique you can use with your stamped images.

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SUPPLIES: Impression Obsession stamp; Tombow Dual Brush pens; Clearsnap ink; Canadian Scrapbooker Superstock; Coredinations cardstock; Brother ScanNCut

It all started with some Tombow Dual Brush pens and a really pretty Impression Obsession stamp.

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I used a Clearsnap black pigment ink and stamped onto Canadian Scrapbooker superstock, which is a nice heavy weight to stand up to this wet technique.Then I slowed right down and coloured in the lines.

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After making a Mother’s Day card with this pretty coloured image, I decided to try something different.

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I thought, hey, let’s try a watercolour effect because these wonderful Tombow pens are water based and blendable.

So I basically scribbled colours all over this stamped image, not worrying about staying in the lines and then spritzed it all over with water.

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And it’s that easy! Just let dry or use your heat gun to speed up the process.

I made the “Shadow Box” card design with Core’dinations Colorcore card stock and my Brother ScanNCut machine.

Here is a video that shows you this watercolour ‘cheat’ in action!

So give it a try!  Grab an Impression Obsession stamp and some Tombow Dual Brush pens and get your watercolour on!

Happy Crafting!

 

Kelly Klapstein www.kellycreates.ca

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  1. Connie Nichol Reply

    definitely faster if you don’t have to colour within the lines! Love the idea!!

  2. Michelle Marks Reply

    as a person who hates coloring , this is way more appealing to me ! LOL Thanks for sharing this Kelly!

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