Fun new technique tonight! Watercolor Framelits.
For watercoloring. I did two re-inker drops per cup and about a teaspoon-tablespoon of water.
Cut the framelit out of watercolor paper first 112959. Using your ink and water and an aqua painter 103954 paint the paper as desired. Create some magic.
I like that it gives variegation and texture to your framelit instead of flat uniform cardstock.
And above is why I recommend watercoloring whole shapes rather than color in areas. There is just not enough control unless you have a very fine aqua painter, which Stampin' Up! Does not carry.
Thanks for stopping by, happy stamping, Sandy
Thank you for stopping by today!
Keep being creative, Sandy