And Stampin’ Up! has made it so easy with their wonderful products.
On page 24 of the Occasions Catalogue Stampin’ Up! have released Watercolour Pencils. They are beautiful to work with the leads are soft and transfer to paper with such ease. With the addition of either the blender pen or Aqua Painter you can make any stamped image into a beautiful watercolour. Click HERE for catalogues
As with all of Stampin’ Up! product their Watercolour Pencils coordinate with all their other products. When using these pencils I recommend using Stampin’ Up! Shimmery White Cardstock or Stampin’ Up! Watercolour paper along with their Archival Basic Black or Basic Gray Stamp Pads.
At the moment Stampin’ Up! is running their Sale-A-Brations promotion. So if you spend $90 you get to choose an item for free from this catalogue.
So lets see what it cost to get started using these products…
Watercolour Pencils $27.75
Shimmery White Cardstock $14.00
Archival Basic Black Ink Pad $12.25
Blender Pens $17.00
A4 Cardstock (20 sheets, of each colour) colour family of your chose $14.00
Snail Adheasive $10.00
That comes to a total of $95.00
Now this is only an example of what you can purchase…as in the above items I haven’t added a stamp set as there are a few you could choose from in the Sale-A-Bration Catalogue.
So with spending this a mount you could chose an item from the Sale-A-Bration Catalogue.- Click on the catalogue image to see the many great products.
One of the product s from Sale-A-Bration is the Inside the Lines Designer Series Paper.
As you can see you can colour it in using either the Watercolour pencils, Stampin’ Write markers or with Braying.
It is not suitable for the Aqua pens.
Here is a card I made using one of the designs in this pack.
This was so much fun to do and you don’t need much experience to do it.
If you are interested in having a play with then then give me a call and either book a Class for you and your friends or come along to one of my workshops…