Hello, Nicole here and I am so excited to share my new journal pages using Stabilo.  I was sent a set of  Woody 3 in 1 pencils to create with.  These are new to me so I was very curious how they would handle my love of watercoloring.  They far surpassed my expectations!  They are smooth to put on these old pages, creamy enough to blend and don’t washout when watercoloring.  Check out my quick and easy tutorial for stamping and watercoloring with Stabilo Woody 3 in 1 pencils.I prepared my old book pages with Ranger’s Clear Gesso.  Once dry I stamped the Garden Flower stamps randomly then started adding colour with the Stabilo Woody pencils.  You can easily move the colour around by smearing with your fingers.This is my first time so I wanted to try the pencils in different ways.  I tried blending and they blend beautifully.  Watercoloring is easy and the colour moves easily.  I also grabbed colour right from the pencil and applied to the stamped image.  The result was intense colour when applied to the flower.Check out how well the Stabilo Woody pencils blend.Weather you watercolor, smudge or simply colour the stamped image comes to life.Spring is here and I am loving how vibrant these flowers turned out.The Clear Gesso allows the Woody Pencils to smoothly blend while you can still see all the words of the book.If you’re looking for a versatile colouring option the Woody 3 in 1 pencils are awesome.  They can colour on so many surfaces including black.  All while keeping the intense colour.  The Stabilo Woody’s are a welcome addition to my mixed media supplies.Have a crafty day and get inky!
Supplies
Stabilo Woody 3 in 1
Garden Flower Stamp
Mini Bouquet
Ranger Clear Gesso A
Archival JetBlack ink
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Extreme Double Sided Tape ¼”
Tim Holtz Idea- Ology Quote Chips
Watercolor pen
Nicole
To see more of Nicole’s work visit her blog  – Nicole Wright Designs

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  1. I was just wondering how these compared to other water soluble pencils/crayons?

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