Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Water Color Wow
Revisited


Hi Everyone,

I recently had a second water color class since the first was so popular. I made sure that everyone who registered received a pack of Stampin' Up's Water Color pencils. From there we did several techniques using water color pencils, aqua painters, blender pens and more. I hope you enjoy.

Beautiful you is gorgeous in Pacific Point!

Water Color wash is a popular technique. It is
perfect using water color paper.

Using Stampin-write markers on your clear block creates
a one of a kind look. Simply color on the block and spritz
with water or a mix of alcohol and water.

I loved the 6 x 6 card that Vanessa Webb Created.
I CASED and made it a standard card. Inside
the Lines DSP and blender pens made the
perfect images to color. 
One of the things I love about water coloring is that you can create beautiful projects using water color paper or whisper white card stock. The Aqua Painter and blender pens give you the options to decide the type of look you want for your projects. You can go more controlled with Blender Pens or that classic water color look with Aqua Painters.

If you liked these samples and feel like you want to give water coloring a try, you need to order the Stampin' Up! Water Color pencils. These are so popular that they run out of stock, so don't delay! I would also suggest the Water color paper, the Archival Black Stamp pad, and the Aqua-Painters

Remember if you order on-line, use the hostess code #MA4F4U2X. This code is valid through March.

Any time you order from me, remember you earn "Loyalty Bucks". For every $25.00 you spend you earn 1 "Loyalty Buck". Collect 20 and you choose $30.00 of free product as my gift. Check out my specials at my website for more details about "Loyalty Bucks" as well as classes and events. 

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Happy Stampin',
Mary Blocher
The Power Huff Stamper