Watercoloring Effects with IMAGINE Crafts

Creating watercolor effects with your favorite IMAGINE Crafts’ products is easier than you think! Today we’re sharing with you three different projects that showcase how to create this subtle, blended look with supplies that you already own.

 

Watercoloring with Embossing Folders

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Linda always makes such beautiful, elegant cards that are perfect for so many different occasions. Let her show you how to create this watercolor effect using your embossing folders and favorite IMAGINE Crafts’ inks.

 

Watercoloring with StazOn Studio Glaze

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Artist In Residence Penny Ward has a confession to make….  “I have to be honest, when I heard that the new StazOn Studio Glaze was for mixed media crafters, I thought I would never use it. With watercoloring being so hot right now, I decided to squirt some of the new Glaze on my craft mat and see what happens. What I ended up with was this beautiful creation. The colors blend nicely and once dry there is just a subtle sheen. I have decided that mixed media is no longer a scary term.” Be honest – you want to make this card too!!!

 

Resist Effects with StazOn Studio Glaze

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This is the third of Isha’s fun projects created using StazOn Studio Glaze. Let Isha show you how to create a slightly dimensional watercolor resist effect using StazOn Studio Glaze with Ink Potion No. 9 and Memento inks that results in a beautifully blended background with a glaze-like finish. To see Isha’s other two projects using StazOn Studio Glaze go here.

 

Like to see more creative ideas for your next project? Be sure to visit IMAGINE Crafts’ extensive online collection of project tutorials and resources including product information and surface compatibility

3 thoughts on “Watercoloring Effects with IMAGINE Crafts

  1. WOW wow WOW
    DELIGHTFUL cards and FABULOUS techniques – THANK YOU for the INSPIRATION & tutorials – looking forward to giving my embossing folders a workout tonight 🙂
    PS – Barb – the link to Linda’s card & tutorial was in this section .” Be honest – you want to make this card too!!!

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