Wet Tip Watercolor Pencils (Video)

Wet Tip Watercolor Pencils

Wet Tip Watercolor Pencils. This is a unique technique which won’t damage your watewrcolor pencils. Here’s a look at one of the cards I made using this great and easy technique.

Wet Tip Watercolor Pencils



Make sure your Watercolor Pencils are sharp and you have a small amount of clean water available to use. I use tiny recycled round tubs which also have lids. I purchase them from the supermarket. Now watch the video to see how easy it is.

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The Watercolor Paper measured 7.5cm x 9.5cm or 3″ x 3 3/4″. The image was stamped with Basic Black Archival Ink and all images mounted on the matching card stock. Cardstock is from the Brights Collection to co-ordinate with the Watercolor Pencils.

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2 thoughts on “Wet Tip Watercolor Pencils (Video)

  1. Thank you for sharing this gorgeous technique Libby xox I might actually like water-colouring this way!! I love the card you made with the sample shown in the video. Your creativity is endless xox


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