Bundles of Love

June 30, 2020

Bundles of Love

When I saw this Bundles of Love Stamp from MFT Stamps, I knew instantly I needed to use my Karin BrushMarker pens to color this beauty. 

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I recorded a process video so you can see how easy it is to use the fine-topped pigment-loaded brushes in intricate areas.

You’ll also see how I don’t use more than a little drop of ink ... with watercoloring, the number one rule is to allow your water to control the flow of your ink. So, using the wet on wet method, I was able to get beautiful gradation in my colors by using a very little amount of ink. 
 

Once I finished coloring the stamped image, I fussy cut it. I didn't want anything taking away from the coloring, so decided to turn this into a clean and simple white background card.

Doing dry-embossing with the Altenew Mega Rose Stencil on the card panel as well as one of the die cut circles made for a good highlight area for the girl. I also added two Stitched Ric Rac die cuts on which I stamped the sentiment "This One is For You" from MFT's Cup of Love stamp set.

 

I hope you enjoy the video.

Supplies

Curious about the products I use? I have listed them below.

(These are compensated affiliate links at no cost to you. Thank you for your support! Affiliate and product disclosure can be found here. As always, I was not paid to do this post and I only use products from companies I love.)

See you next time!

Mansi.





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