Watercolored tags


Hi stampers! What about three tags in a row using only a couple of stamps and inks?
The Rose Bloom stamp just stands out from the background: in this case I used watercolors - and Distress Inks in particular -, but I think it would work also with color pencils and markers.
And the shadows drawn on the petals help you a lot during the coloring process!


More details about my type of no-line coloring are on my blog.

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Supplies used:

You're Amazing


Rose Bloom











6 comments:

  1. Your tags are beautiful. Thanks for the water coloring information.

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  2. Thanks for the great tutorial, you have inspired me to try it! You are right, starting with a tag is less time consuming but for a "no line" beginner like myself, its less intimidating as well. TFS!

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    1. Exactly! Happy crafting - and if you want some advice, share your creations with us!

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  3. Wow! This rose never looked so good. I love watercoloring!

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    1. You're so kind! Thank you! Watercoloring is so relaxing, I know!

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