Thursday, October 6, 2011

Dry Embossing With Watercolor Crayons


Hello!  This technique is featured on the Technique Tuesday Blog today!

The Stamping Techs at Technique Tuesday are busy sharing all kinds of different techniques with you during the month of September (and into October!).  I am excited to share a project with you today!

The technique that I am doing is using the Technique Tuesday Watercolor Crayons on your embossing folder.

Step 1:  Color on the inside front of your embossing folder:


Step 2:  Spray with water:

After spraying, your folder with be pretty wet!

Step 3:  Run cardstock through your Big Shot, Cuttlebug, etc and allow paper to dry thoroughly:

Finished card


Close up


Thanks for visiting here today, and be sure to check out all the great techniques from the other Stamping Techs throughout the month of September and into October!  Visit the Technique Tuesday Blog!

14 comments:

  1. Cool card, Kris! I've never done that with watercolor crayons before. (Maybe because I don't have any!)

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  2. where did you get watercolor crayons? Your card is beautiful.

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    1. Thank you! The crayons are from Technique Tuesday. Click on link in description.

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    2. This would be pretty with the metallic crayons. Thanks for the inspiration. Very pretty!

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  3. Beautiful card! I really like that technique!

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  4. Will the stampin up watercolor crayons work as well?

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  5. I found watercolor crayons at The Target, Walmart and Staples

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  6. Perhaps you find: Caran d'Ache: Neocolor
    beautiful your creation !

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  7. Such a fun technique! thanks for sharing - I think I will try it with my gelatos. :)

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  8. I love your blog and would love to sign up to have updates sent to my email but could not find the place to sign up for that.

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  10. Great idea! Do the watercolor crayons wipe off of the embossing folder easily?

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