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Watercolor Tips for Stampers: The Wet in Dry Technique

Hi, everyone! 

Want to learn more about using watercolors when you stamp?

We've got Tam here again today with a brand new technique video for you! She's going to show you the "Wet in Dry" shading technique with watercolor crayons. This method of applying color to a stamped image creates a slightly different look than the "Wet in Wet" technique she previously showed you! 

We think you are going to enjoy learning about this shading technique and are going to want to try it with all kinds of stamped images.

  Wet in Dry Shading Technique from Technique Tuesday ||

See the video


 Wondering about the stamps Tam used in the video? Those delightful critters are Gertie and Garth Goat from the Animal House collection of stamps and dies

These friendly critters are perfect for making all kinds of cards. They are fun to use with watercolors, as well as markers and pencils. Here are a few cards created by our Design Team with them. To get a better look at their cards and to get some tips for making cards like them, click on the pictures.

A stamped card from Technique Tuesday ||
A stamped card from Technique Tuesday ||
A stamped card from Technique Tuesday ||
A stamped card from Technique Tuesday ||

Have you made anything with Gertie and Garth Goat? We'd love to see it! Share your work with us on Facebook and Instagram. Don't forget to use the #TechniqueTuesday hashtag.


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