Watercolour Crayons Part 2

Okay so I spent forever on this post and it then disappeared into CyberSpace… so now I’m running late and will have to just show you the piccies and you can let me know if you have any questions!….

Here’s another couple of examples of Watercolour Crayons.  For this Christmas card (using the Evergreen stamp set) the Old Olive crayon is coloured direct onto the watercolour card very roughly, then go over the crayon colour with the Aqua Painter to blend and disolve the crayon to give that watercoloured look.  Then you can add another colour to give interest (Garden Green) by picking up the colour from the crayon onto the Aqua Painter, then dabbing it onto different areas of the Christmas tree,  The moisture from the Old Olive will help blend the colours together.

Papillion Potpurri stamp set:

The Cotton Ribbon (Holiday Mini) has been coloured using Watercolour Crayons as well:

Daydream Medallion Stamp Set with matching Framelits and the Fancy Favour Die Box:

Clear Embossing Powder resists the Watercolour Crayon

Parlour Prints Background stamp:

 Have a great day everyone!

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