Thursday, July 2, 2015

Tombow Water Color Tutorial featuring Salt and Light Stamp Set


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Hello Friends!! I am excited to share a process video with you today. :) I am using a non traditional technique with stamps and Tombow Dual Brush Pens and my Salt and Light Stamp Set to create this pretty watercolor painting. I hope you enjoy!





xoxo,

7 comments:

  1. I'm so impressed that you can write AND talk at the same time. I would lose track of what I was doing for sure. :) Love this beautiful piece, thanks for sharing! Also LOVE your stamp set, reeeally hoping I win the giveaway I just entered for it on IG. ;)

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  2. I love this stamp set and can't wait till its back I stock. Working in full te missions it is hard to find stamps that capture the essence of Great Commission work like these. Any Ida how long it will be?

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    1. Hi there!! These stamps will be back in the shop along with some brand new stamps and other restocks this week. You can follow me on instagram for updates :) @growingmeadows

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  3. will this technique work work crayon watercolors and in a bible?

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    1. Hi there! I do not believe this would work with watercolors. If you use the markers it does work in the Bible but bleeds badly.

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