Guest Artist Video: Watercolor Vellum with Carissa Wiley + GIVEAWAY

Hi there. I am again traveling with the family… this time to Alaska. (We like to go on as many adventures as possible when school is out! But for all you dog lovers – no worries. Our friend Hudson is staying at our house and keeping Roxie company.)

Today I have another guest artist video for you. The incredibly talented Carissa Wiley joins us to share how to create a watercolor look on vellum.

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Carissa is one of my favorite cardmakers so I was thrilled she did this great video for us. Her technique of “watercolor on vellum” results in such soft and stunning backgrounds.

To achieve this look, Carissa scribbled Copic Markers on to a sheet of vellum. She spritzed it with rubbing alcohol and took a paintbrush to move the color around. The result is a beautiful watercolor-like background.

In her video, Carissa also shares some clever tips on how to adhere the vellum to cards.

This next card is my favorite. That glitter (from AC glitter paper) “hello” (from Hero Arts die) is divine!

I really like Carissa’s use of embellishments. She always finds the perfect placement and I can’t get enough of her trademark touch of bold black on a soft card with gold glitter accents.

MORE ON CARISSA

Thank you Carissa for sharing your talent with us! Check out her blog, Sprinkled with Glitter and her Youtube Channel for more inspiration. (Thank you, Carissa, for doing such an awesome job on this video! xo.)

GIVEAWAY

How would you like to win a $25 gift certificate to Ellen Hutson? For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 7/31/15 giving Carissa some love. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

SUPPLIES

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Guest Artist Video: Marker Watercolor with Julia Altermann + GIVEAWAY

Hi there. Today I have an incredible guest artist – Julia Altermann – with a video sharing some great tips for watercolor with markers.

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I first noticed Julia’s work on Instagram and immediately asked her if I could hire her to do a video for me to share with you here. I am so glad I did! In her video, Julia shares tips and tricks on how to use inexpensive markers and blend them out to get a beautiful watercolor look. I find her tips so helpful and unique.

Julia used the Wplus9 Unforgettable and SSS Sketched Alphabet stamp sets, along with the Stabilo Markers. Inspired by her, I also bought these markers and find they are fun to use. But remember – you can try her techniques with most any water-based markers. No need to buy new ones!

MORE ON JULIA

Make sure to check out Julia’s YouTube channel and blog for much more inspiration. I enjoy her clean and simple cards (like THIS one), light coloring (see HERE), and clever designs (oh my cuteness!). I think you will, too.

MORE ON GUEST ARTISTS

I hope you enjoy a very occasional guest artist here on my blog.  I think it is so very important to encourage and lift other artists in this industry… and I also enjoy sharing talent with you. I hope you will support these designers by leaving kind comments and thumbs up on YouTube. It is a very easy way to spread some kindness in our industry. :)

GIVEAWAY

How would you like to win a 20 pack of the Stabilo Markers Julia used in the video? For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 7/17/15 with some kind words for Julia. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

SUPPLIES

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Video: Brusho Color + Waffle Flower Blog Hop + GIVEAWAY

Today’s video gives a look at a few of the fun techniques you can do with watercolor powders. This post is also part of a fun blog hop. (More on that below!)

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“Watercolor powders” have started popping up in the cardmaking world recently. I have wanted to try them for a few months now and I finally did… and boy are they fun! The Brusho Crystal Colors are “unique, transparent, highly pigmented watercolor ink powders giving wonderful bursts of color when used.” There are MANY techniques you can use the powders for and my video only shows a few. In some ways, the powder form allows you more control. (Mixing of colors, using to color pastes, etc.) In other ways, the powder offers unpredictable fun, which you see in the video.

I first showed how you can color in images by filling them with water and then shaking on the Brusho powders. The powders blend together and give unique results. (My favorite is that blue/purple flower!) I also did this technique for the leaves. (By the way, this gorgeous flower is from the new Waffle Flower Lotus set, and the leaves are from the new Leafy set.)

It is fun to see all the colors that result from mixing the powders. I have the set of 12 and am very happy with it (and feel no need for the bigger set). Mixing is easy to do, so no need for lots of colors! (Save those extra dollars for more stamp sets! ;) )

Next, I shared a few different ways to create fun backgrounds. First, I applied a few light sprays of water and added a tiny bit of Brusho for a splatter look. Another variation is to shake on a tiny bit of Brusho on dry watercolor paper and spray on top of it. (I am telling ya – there are a million ways to play with these!) I struggle with messy backgrounds, but did like these…

Next I shared how you can achieve a soft watercolor background with the Brusho by using them with a more tradition watercolor method…

And finally… color craziness! I sprayed the paper with water… added several Brusho colors… sprayed it a bit more… wanted to throw the hot-mess away… set it aside to dry instead… and ended up loving it! These wild backgrounds can be a lot of fun. Can’t wait to play with them more.

WAFFLE FLOWER BLOG HOP

This post is part of the Waffle Flower Coloring Fun Blog Hop. All of the designers on the hop will be using the newest Waffle Flower products along with some favorite coloring techniques. Waffle Flower is a great company so I am honored to be part of this!

I am the last stop on the hop today, so you can start at the beginning by going to the Waffle Flower blog HERE.

GIVEAWAY

Today I actually have TWO ways to win a giveaway.

1. Waffle Flower is giving away a $50 gift certificate! A random winner will be drawn from comments left on all of the blogs in the hop. (Winner will be posted on the WF blog on 7/13/15.)

2. I will be giving TWO Waffle Flower stamp sets to a lucky winner who leaves a comment here.

For your chance for either prize, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 7/12/15 telling me if you are enjoying the watercolor trend. (The winner’s name for the second prize will be randomly selected and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

SUPPLIES

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Video: Dye Ink Watercolor

Hello. Today’s video shares how to use dye inks as watercolor. (You gotta love a technique that lets you get more out of what you already have, right?)

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Watercolor is very popular right now. There are so many watercolor products available – and that can be overwhelming. Using dye inks often works well for “watercolor” of stamped images… and you likely already have it on hand. For today’s video, I used the new Lawn Fawn dye inks. (These inks are excellent inks – click HERE for a video with more info on them. And another HERE.)

Aren’t these images from Lawn Fawn’s Fintastic Friends and Party Animals stamp sets adorable? So fun. I stamped them with VersaFine Black Ink on watercolor paper and clear heat embossed them. After pressing the new Lawn Fawn Dye inks (Lobster, Celery Stick, Peacock, Fish Tank, and Juice Box) on to an acrylic block, I used a water brush to pick up the color and watercolor the images.

The new Lawn Fawn wave border dies offer three “wave” sizes – small, medium and large. The small is perfect for the little scene I created on a small white panel for the center of the card.

For the background of the cards, I die-cut the new Lawn Fawn Cloud Border dies (again, three sizes in the set) several times out of yellow cardstock and adhered them together like a puzzle for an inlaid look.

I encourage you to try this technique with whatever dye inks you have on hand. Just experiment with different amounts of water and practice for a bit. It will work great!

SUPPLIES

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Guest Artist Video: Watercolor with Kristina Werner + GIVEAWAY

Hello! So I am vacation with my family… in the middle of nowhere in the islands. This is definitely my happy place! (And no worries – Roxie is in good hands – my parents are staying at her house taking care of her!)

Well my sweet friend Kristina Werner knew I had this trip coming up and filmed a guest video for my blog. Isn’t she the best? You are going to love her watercolor card…

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This card is perfection! I have been wanting to use this Paper Smooches Get Outta Town stamp set for a long time now, and what Kristina created with it is divine. A little resist with drawing gum, a bit of texture with dies, and a whole lotta watercolor with Distress Inks = divine!

Thank you, Kristina, for doing this guest post. I have said it a million times and I will say it again, you are one of the most selfless, helpful and kind people I know. Love you! And miss you tons. Now go and hop on that plane and get down here!

GIVEAWAY

How would you like to win a set of the newest Mini Distress Ink set so you can watercolor like Kristina? For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 6/30/15 giving Kristina some love. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

SUPPLIES

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Video: More On the Clean Color Real Brush Pens + GIVEAWAY

Hi! After sharing my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pen videos the other day, I received a lot of questions… so I decided to create another. I hope it is helpful!

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As I mentioned, this is my third info video on the Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens… intended to answer many questions I have received. The first gives a basic intro to the pens (HERE) and the second shows 6 ways to use them (HERE). Be sure to check those out if you have not already. (And by the way – as always – I was not paid or asked to do these videos. I just truly like the product.)

In the video, I also mentioned that I store my pens in a handy, inexpensive container that is 6″x6″x6″ and can stored vertically or horizontally. I am so glad to be able to grab them and go!

Using a small hole punch, I created a dot of the color to adhere to the pen’s cap. I finished it off with a coat of Glossy Accents. This color coding makes it SO much easier for me to find the color I want. (WARNING: I heard someone mentioned that adding the Glossy Accents on top of the color dots actually changed the color of the dot. You may want to test first!)

COLORS

I purchased all 80 of the colors available so that you can get a closer look at the colors. (Scroll down for the free ink swatch download.) Please know that you don’t need all 80. (Unless, of course, you think you will use them a lot, lol. I have definitely gotten my money’s worth. These bad boys are even going on vacation with me in a few weeks!) You can get a handful of colors and mix and blend to form new colors. (Click to make bigger.)

The colors I reach for most often are: 200, 021, 025, 020, 052, 050, 041, 045, 302, 036, 031, 042, 030, 080, 082, 090, 091, 071, 064, 062.

INK SWATCH DOWNLOAD

If you would like to create ink swatches like I share here, you can download THIS file. Just print it on watercolor paper (or whatever paper you prefer), add the color and trim them down.

SOURCES + COST

There are a few places you can get the Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens. Keep in mind – there is a high demand for them right now, so they are out of stock at many stores. Stores are waiting on the manufacturers to get them more.

  • Simon Says Stamp has packs and individual markers coming soon – very soon!
  • Ellen Hutson has packs and all individual markers.
  • Amazon has several packs. The pricing on their packs is lower than other stores because I believe they are coming direct from the manufacturer… from Japan. Shipping will take some time and the prices will flux based on demand.
  • Dick Blick (a wonderful online art store) has some packs and some of the individual markers.
  • Hallmark Scrapbook and Crafts also has a few of the packs. I have not personally ordered from them but have talked a lot with the owner and they seem wonderful and supportive of the industry. I have also spoke with many of my readers who have had great experiences with them.
  • There are a few other online art and marker stores that sell them individually. Be careful – I just had a bad experience with one. I recommend the ones I mentioned here. :)

These markers are a little more than $3 a piece. This is much less than a Copic Marker, but more than many watercolor markers. Keep in mind that these markers can be used in mutiple ways to get multiple looks. Therefore, I feel the price is good. Purchasing the pens in packs helps keep the cost down a bit.

PACKS

Many people have asked which colors are included in each pack. Here is a list. Keep in mind that there are 80 colors available, but the biggest pack is 60. The remaining 20 need to be purchased individually if you want them all. (Click store abbreviations next to the product name for links to products – Simon Says Stamp (SSS), Ellen Hutson (EH), Amazon (AZ), Dick Blick (DB).)

  • 4 pack – pale (DB): 21 Light Carmine, 036 Light Blue, 052 Bright Yellow, 081 Light Purple
  • 4 pack – pop (DB): 025 Pink, 031 Cobalt Blue, 041 Light Green, 051 Lemon Yellow
  • 4 pack – pure (DB): 022 Carmine Red, 030 Blue, 040 Green, 050 Yellow
  • 4 pack – deep (DB): 027 Dark Pink, 035 Deep Blue, 043 Olive Green, 061 Light Brown
  • 6 pack (DB): 010 Black, 082 Purple, 022 Carmine Red, 032 Persian Blue, 040 Green, 052 Bright Yellow
  • 12 pack (SSS | EH | AZ | DB): 010 Black, 022 Carmine Red, 025 Pink, 030 Blue, 031 Cobalt Blue, 041 Light Green, 040 Green, 050 Yellow, 060 Brown, 070 Orange, 081 Light Violet, 091 Light Gray
  • 24 pack (EH | AZ): 010 Black, 022 Carmine Red, 025 Pink, 026 Light Pink, 030 Blue, 031 Cobalt Blue, 032 Persian Blue, 041 Light Green, 040 Green, 043 Olive Green, 044 Deep Green, 045 Pale Green, 050 Yellow, 052 Bright Yellow, 060 Brown, 062 Dark Brown, 070 Orange, 071 Flesh Color, 072 Beige, 080 Violet, 081 Light Violet, 090 Gray, 091 Light Gray, 092 Blue Gray,
  • 36 pack (EH | AZ): 010 Black, 021 Light Carmine, 022 Carmine Red, 025 Pink, 026 Light Pink, 030 Blue, 031 Cobalt Blue, 032 Persian Blue, 041 Light Green, 040 Green, 043 Olive Green, 044 Deep Green, 045 Pale Green, 050 Yellow, 052 Bright Yellow, 060 Brown, 062 Dark Brown, 070 Orange, 071 Flesh Color, 072 Beige, 080 Violet, 081 Light Violet, 090 Gray, 091 Light Gray, 092 Blue Gray, 028 Pale Pink, 035 Deep Blue, 046 Mid Green, 047 May Green, 064 Oatmeal, 065 Mid Brown, 067 Mustard, 093 Green Gray, 094 Gray Brown, 095 Dark Gray, 096 Mid Gray
  • 48 pack (SSS | EH | AZ): 010 Black, 021 Light Carmine, 022 Carmine Red, 025 Pink, 026 Light Pink, 030 Blue, 031 Cobalt Blue, 032 Persian Blue, 041 Light Green, 040 Green, 043 Olive Green, 044 Deep Green, 045 Pale Green, 050 Yellow, 052 Bright Yellow, 060 Brown, 062 Dark Brown, 070 Orange, 071 Flesh Color, 072 Beige, 080 Violet, 081 Light Violet, 090 Gray, 091 Light Gray, 092 Blue Gray, 028 Pale Pink, 035 Deep Blue, 046 Mid Green, 047 May Green, 064 Oatmeal, 065 Mid Brown, 067 Mustard, 093 Green Gray, 094 Gray Brown, 095 Dark Gray, 096 Mid Gray, 024 Wine Red, 023 Scarlet Red, 036 Light Blue, 037 Cornflour Blue, 038 Peacock Blue, 042 Turquoise Green, 051 Lemon Yellow, 061 Light Brown, 063 Ochre, 066 Dark Oatmeal, 082 Purple, 083 Lilac
  • 60 pack (SSS | EH | AZ): 010 Black, 021 Light Carmine, 022 Carmine Red, 025 Pink, 026 Light Pink, 030 Blue, 031 Cobalt Blue, 032 Persian Blue, 041 Light Green, 040 Green, 043 Olive Green, 044 Deep Green, 045 Pale Green, 050 Yellow, 052 Bright Yellow, 060 Brown, 062 Dark Brown, 070 Orange, 071 Flesh Color, 072 Beige, 080 Violet, 081 Light Violet, 090 Gray, 091 Light Gray, 092 Blue Gray, 028 Pale Pink, 035 Deep Blue, 046 Mid Green, 047 May Green, 064 Oatmeal, 065 Mid Brown, 067 Mustard, 093 Green Gray, 094 Gray Brown, 095 Dark Gray, 096 Mid Gray, 024 Wine Red, 023 Scarlet Red, 036 Light Blue, 037 Cornflour Blue, 038 Peacock Blue, 042 Turquoise Green, 051 Lemon Yellow, 061 Light Brown, 063 Ochre, 066 Dark Oatmeal, 082 Purple, 083 Lilac, 001 Fl. Yellow, 002 Fl. Orange, 003 Fl. Pink, 004 Fl. Green, 020 Red, 027 Dark Pink, 029 Geranium Red, 033 Persian Green, 034 Dull Blue, 048 Emerald Green, 053 Yellow Green, 084 Deep Violet
  • Remaining 20 – Available individually and not in packs (SSS | EH | DB): 200 Sugared Almond Pink, 220 Tea Rose, 202 Peach Pink, 222 Pink Flamingo, 230 Pale Rose, 260 Deep Red, 049 Green Shadow, 400 Marine Green, 303 Shadow Mauve, 302 Haze Blue, 803 English Lavender, 068 Deep Brown, 075 Brick Beige, 098 Pale Dawn Gray, 069 Blush, 900 Warm Gray 2, 901 Gray Tint, 097 Pale Gray, 099 Cool Gray 1, 902 Natural Gray

GIVEAWAY

I bought an extra 12 pack of Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens to give to a lucky winner! For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 5/31/15 telling me if you prefer watercolor or other forms of coloring. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)

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