Getting that Watercolor Look
Even More Tricks for Watercolor Crayons

More Ways to Add Color with Watercolor Crayons

Technique-Tuesday-Crayon-Vignette-Standing-LargeWe're back with a few more tricks (and cool projects) from the Technique Tuesday Creative Team for using our watercolor crayons.

Let's get started.


Color twill with them!

DSC_0136Tanis Giesbrecht used a blue crayon to dye white twill tape ribbon for this card here. She simply scribbled a crayon on the twill tape ribbon and then spritzed it with water.

Tanis also used the watercolor crayons to make the blue background paper.

"For that background, I just scribbled colour on a large acrylic block, spritzed it with water, swirled it with my finger and smooshed the white paper on top of it to pick up the watery colour. Easy peasy."

In addition to the crayons, Tanis used stamps from two Technique Tuesday sets on her card: Howdy and Puffy Hearts.


Create vibrant stripes with them!
Hugs by Daniela Dobson
Daniela Dobson used four watercolor crayons (Grass Green, Ruby Red, Turquoise and Golden Yellow) to create the pretty stripes here. She applied color to the top of her paper panel and then used a waterbrush to drag the color down.
She stamped the journaling box from From the Heart by Ali Edwards right on top.
For the heart, she stamped the journaling box on a second panel of paper. She heat embossed polka dots from Passion for Polka over the top with clear embossing powder, cut the heart out and then added color with a crayon.
Hugs close by Daniela Dobson


We'll be back Wednesday with one more round of tricks for using these crayons (and cool projects made with them).

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