Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Faux Watercolor

Look at the softness of the branches on this tree.  Hard to believe it was actually a stamped image right?  This look is called Faux Watercolor.

Faux Watercolor card using Stampin'UP!'s Merry Moose Stamp Set and Aqua painters

Faux watercolor is super easy.  You simply stamp the image and then trace over it with a wet paint brush or aqua painter. Personally I prefer the aqua painter for this type image because it has a long and very pointed brush tip. And of course the water is contained so there's no mess.

How to do the Faux Watercolor technique using Aqua painters and the tree from Stampin'UP!'s Merry Moose Stamp Set

The process is very simple, but if you're like me you might appreciate actually seeing it happen rather than just understanding the process. Check out this 2 minute video showing the Faux Watercolor technique.

The tree on this card is from the Merry Moose Stamp set - which has 2 different size evergreens as well as the moose. If you appreciate north woods imagery  like the moose, the trees and that cute little racoon, then check out this video with over a dozen cards made with the Merry Moose stamp set.

Stampin'UP!'s Merry Moose Stamp Set
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you got some ideas that inspired you to play. Faux watercolor really is easy. Give it a try . . . and I hope you have an INKcredible day

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