Do you love the soft look of watercolors but haven’t yet mastered the technique? You don’t have to be an artist to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. On today’s Tip Of The Day we have Kendra Krebs with Art Impressions showing us a simple technique using your favorite stamp set and Marvy markers to create a gorgeous watercolor piece of art. Happy stamping!
I love the fact that you can use a stamp instead of freehand drawing, yet it looks like a hand drawn piece of art. Be sure to check out all the amazing treasures that Art Impressions has to offer.
Thanks for the visit and I hope that you have a very creative day.
3 thoughts on “Tip of the Day: Watercolor Technique from Art Impressions”
Lorraine I just love seeing you in Ga this year. I don’t know if you remember, but I got you to do the AI demo earlier the you were going to do it. (I am the one that got you the all day soda – Diet Coke).
Any ways, A big thank you again. I love doing this and Kendra is such a sweet person and just makes you want to buy it all. Not that it takes much for scrapers to do that LOL.
I love my Pinskey Pin and can’t wait to see you at the next show in GA. When you see Kendra be sure tell her Hi! and better yet tell her Mom what a sweet daughter she has.
Hello Mary, Feel a hug, I’m sorry for the delay, I just returned home from a mini marathon of shows, after I left you in Atlanta I went to Saint Paul MN, Utah and just retuned home from Santa Clara CA. Of course I remember you, I’m glad you enjoyed the Art Impression make & take, it’s one of my favorites techniques to share. It really does bring out the inner artist in us all. I will pass on your hello to Kendra & her mom. I will be seeing mom in Chicago & Kendra in New Jersey they are the best aren’t they. Thanks again for the soda, you really saved the day. Until I see you next year I look forward to keeping in tough through Weekly Scrapper, wait until you see what I have planned for you next Sunday 😉
I love water coloring and stamps. Thanks for the negative and positive of the stamp and pulling out color.
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