Erasing Part of a Stamped Image. This video will show you how to ink up a stamped image and erase part of the colour using a Blender Pen and replacing the erased colour with another colour. You could do this on almost any card but it works best on Watercolor Paper of Shimmery White Card. Watch how easy it is.
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Next week I will be doing a series on the So In Love Suite from the Occasions Catalogue. It’s in the retirement list but is a must have for those who make lots of invitations of all types.
So did you like that technique? It’s something a little different you can try. You could also use it on Watercolor Paper.
You can certainly see the difference in the image in this close up view of it. Try this technique on normal card stock, just be careful not to overwork the card as it may start to break down and pill. You could stamp an image and then stamp again and die cut and mount on Stampin’ Dimensionals for added effect. This technique would work really well if you wanted to add yellows, reds or oranges to the centres of flowers.
Have a try of it and I’d love to see your samples.
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