I'm here today with a project for Crafter's Companion.
I have TOTALLY fallen in love with their Spectrum Aqua watercolor markers.
They act/respond EXACTLY like watercolors (because they are watercolors)--but they are a lot cleaner. It's so much fun to paint images with them, because you never know exactly how it's going to turn out! That's the beauty (and frustration) of working with watercolors.
I've learned to just let them do whatever they're gonna do...because (let's face it), trying to control watercolors is like herding cats on unicycles.
Life is SOoooo much better when I just let them do their own thing. Besides, that painterly effect is gorgeous!
King For A Day
That is one thing I love about working with watercolor. If you make a mistake, you just use that method I just described to effectively "erase" the errant paint.
Here is a closeup of my painting detail.
Crafter's Companion products used:
- Stamp set: King For a Day (Sheena "A Little Bit Sketchy")
- Die: Scalloped Rectangle Die'sire
- Spectrum Aquas: Kingfisher, Navy, Aquamarine, Marigold, Jasmine, Chestnut, Slate, Boulder, Black
- Spectrum Noir Sparkle: Crystal Clear
- Spectrum Watercolor Cardstock