Painting Transparency



New releases from Ellen Hutson – and a watercolor pencil technique! ๐Ÿ™‚ See below for supply links and more.

Blog post with links: http://wp.me/p2kUof-6Tb

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Gourd-jus Dies—- http://salln.net/1QNAYNg
Christmas Scribbles Dies—- http://salln.net/1OFn2Yd Christmas Christmas Scribbles Stamps —- http://salln.net/1LAcTWW
Prima Marketing Watercolor Pencils —- http://salln.net/1W2meyj Watercolor Brushes —- http://salln.net/1OWL6p9
Arches Rough Watercolor Paper —- http://salln.net/1WHcbyd
***The rest of the supply links are on the blog post.***

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3 – Washi tape seen on any supplies is only to mark them as my own; it doesn’t indicate anything else.

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21 thoughts on “Painting Transparency”

  1. Hi there Sandy!! This technique is just lovely!! I am in love with the transparent images:) I watched some tour scope on doing the same thing won't copics and that also turned out beautiful:)

  2. Wow!!! I'm a total hoarder of craft supplies. I've had my 'watercolour' stash for a while, I've used my clean colour brush pens a lot, but without water as I hate not having control…! I think I'm gonna just go with it, stamp a bunch of images and experiment! I'm not going to get proficient if I don't at least try, and this looks like a good way, especially dabbing the colour off when it gets to bright! TFS Emma xx

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