Wednesday, March 14, 2018

How to use Watercolor Background

Hi everyone!

I have a new YouTube video in my new series "Finish your Art Journal Backgrounds". Enjoy the video:






I hope you've enjoyed today's video.
Thank you for stopping by.
xx Susanne.

Supplies:
Stamps:
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4 comments:

  1. Love your tutorials! I'm curious, though, why you stamp your image onto the tag before you adhere the image you've stamped on cardstock and colored? Thanks for sharing all the inspiring techniques and projects.

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    1. Thank you Tamara. If you stamp it onto the background, too, you can cut out your image directly on the blackline and cut off solid black areas or fine black lines (as hair). After you glued it down it will look perfectly. I hope this makes sence. xx

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  2. Thanks for sharing another fun video.. I do like to know what watercolor paper you're using here...

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    1. Thank you Ellie. I am using the Canson XL watercolor 300gsm.

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