Sunday, August 10, 2014

Your Stamping Notebook: page 9 of 14

Sorry for my rustic handwritten notes on each pictured page, but that was simplest for me.  I used the CTMH water based blending pen to colour this stamped image (archival black ink).  Blending pens are dual tipped, just squish the lid to make an ink palette to pick up ink from, and scribble off the colour to change colours.  Easy doodling!  The blending pen tips will stain, but it is no big deal.  This is a great way to get maximum value from your CTMH water based dye ink pad collection. 

You can activate, trace, or enhance your water-colour-pencil colouring.  Using a heat embossed image or archival ink will help prevent the colour from migrating or muddying up your creation.  There is almost no odour or residue so this is a great activity for all ages and people with allergic sensitivities.  Pages 10 & 11 will show more blender pen tips & techniques.

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