Tuesday, July 9, 2013
For one example in Online Card Class's Summer Card Camp 2 today, we were shown how to ink a stamp with paint, spritz it with water and run it down the watercolor paper until no color appeared. This was one I really did not want to try. I did not think I had the right kind of ink or paint, and I knew I did not have the same stamp they used in class. (Their stamp was an image of a brushstroke.) But, after trying the other homework option and discovering that it could be more impossible to achieve, I went for this one. Using a postage stamp image instead of a brushstroke image, I did it! Amazingly, the paint strokes on the background of my card look a lot like that in the teacher's example. Yay!
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