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One Layer Stamping with Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils

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Hi everyone! Jill here with my newest artsy obsession- watercoloring!  To achieve this look, begin by stamping your favorite image with a Black 199 Stamper’s Big Brush Pen.  When your stamping is dry it will not bleed when you add water because Stamper’s Big Brush Pens are india ink.

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For easy blending, simply color onto your image where you would like your darkest shading.  Next, using a water brush, color onto the white section of your image and slowly move down into the area that you colored. The pigment from the Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils instantly blends and turns to paint! You can see this technique in action here:

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Supplies
Faber-Castell: Stamper’s Big Brush Pens (Black 199), Art GRIP®  Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils (111, 123, 126, 156, 168), Water brush
Penny Black Stamps:  30-159 Dahlias, 30-156 Tweet, Tweet
Other: watercolor paper

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Jill Foster Always looking for fresh inspiration, Jill turns stamped images into true works of art.  As her “Inspired By” blog followers know, Jill has a beautiful style and an unparalleled love of paper crafting.  She also designs for Penny Black stamps and loves to share her passion for paper, color and stamping through video and photo tutorials.   

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sandeeNC

ohhhhh you and I are on the same wave length today. I just watercolored a card too, an Easter card: http://inthehillsofnorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2013/03/canorous-adjective.html
Used the Aquarelles and gelatos! Just love them!

Marge R. (mer)

What a GORGEOUS spring card -- LOVE that watercoloring on those fabby blooms!!!

Carley

This is beautiful! I need a big stamp pen now oh I'm just falling more and more in love with these wonderful products!

Nolene

I have seen a lot of watercolor stamping but you make it seem so easy. Gorgeous work! Thanks for the inspiration.

Daniella Hayes

WOW! I love your work! The dots around the flowers is such a wonderful detail!! The watercolor pencils are amazing to use! Thanks for the tutorial!
xxDaniella

Anita Scroggins

Jill this is so awesome!

Melanie Douthit

Beautiful

holly woodcock

Gorgeous!

Mary in Wausau WI

Beautiful spring-inspired card! Is there a specific way stamps will need to be cleaned after using Black 199 Stamper’s Big Brush Pen on them?

Gina Howe

I love the Aquarelle pencils & I use them all the time! They make water coloring so easy!

Jill Foster

Hi Mary! Thanks for your comment. I use a baby wipe immediately after stamping to clean my stamps after I use the Stamper's Big Brush Pens. Happy Stamping!

Larissa Heskett.

Love your creation for today! I saw the video on the Penny Black Ink blog and its one of my favorites to date!! Thanks for sharing it again and I look forward to your next project!! Have a fabulous week!!;)

Edna B.

You make it look so easy and beautiful but I'm still struggling to get my water colored pictures to look that good. Guess it takes practice. At least they were good enough to send. Thanks for the directions. Edna

Isha

Stunning creation Jill. I am enjoying water coloring these days too.TFS your superb video.

pat

Fantastic works,lovely Good Luck

Judy Stevens

Jill, you really know how to teach through a camera. I learned a lot watching you create this adorable Giggles card. Thank you.

Becky Green

GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

alexandra sirugue-macleod

I love your card Jill!
BRAVO!!!

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