Topical Tuesday Technique Video

Posted by on March 27, 2012 in Annabelle Stamps, Distress inks, Video tutorial | 9 comments

Hi everyone,

Today I have a little video to share with you that I have created showing water colouring with Distress Inks…my first ever video! To view it you will have to head over to the Stamp, Embellish, Create at AnnaBelle Stamps. Stamp, Embellish, Create is an online paper crafting community – a place to share ideas and learn from each other – and it is free to sign up!

Here is the card I created using AnnaBelle’s “Love Birds” stamp set. Go HERE to view the video.

Supplies

Stamps: AnnaBelle Stamps “Love Birds” stamp set

Ink: Versafine – Onyx Black, Distress Inks – Tumbled Glass, Chipped Sapphire, Worn Lipstick, Dusty Concord, Spun Sugar, Fired Brick

Card: AnnaBelle Stamps pre -cut cards, Aquarello watercolour paper

Other Supplies: Zing clear embossing powder, Silver thread, Paper piercer, foam dimensional, Zig watercolour pen, Perfect Pearls, Mini mister,  WRMK Corner Chomper, Glossy Accents, foam dimensionals

Thanks for stopping by,

Marion

9 Comments

  1. Fantastic video Marion and fun music. Gorgeous card too – thank you 🙂

  2. Awesome job, Marion! Love your videos! And those birds are adorable.

  3. Congrats on making your first video! I really enjoyed watching it. Watercoloring with Distress inks is fun and the colors are more vibrant than regular watercolors. An extremely sweet card Marion-love the little silver bow!!!

  4. This card is adorable and the watercoloring is perfect! Thanks so much!

  5. Great video, I was mesmerised watching you water colouring :0)
    Such an adorable card, thanks for sharing how you made it :0)
    Jenny x

  6. Very sweet card and I thoroughly enjoyed the video!
    Thanks for the inspiration!!

  7. FAB fab FAB!!!! Gorgeous CAS card and awesome video. Well Done Marion!!

  8. Oh I LOVE watercolor!! Love Thanks so much for stopping by my blog! Have a blessed day!this clean and simple look. Great design.

  9. wow, i almost missed that bow, what a fabulous touch!

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