Thursday, June 11, 2015

stamping multiple color watercolor flowers; a video tutorial


Remember this card from the MFT Stamps release last week? Well, so many of you said such sweet things about it and asked so many questions, I figured I better make a video tutorial to show you just how easy it is to create this look!


Click the video below, or use the link underneath the video to watch how to create beautiful multiple color watercolor flowers.




And I have to mention how excited I am about lots of updates I have made to my YouTube channel page and to this video. I am finally figuring a lot of great things out and I hope you enjoy! And if you haven't yet, subscribe to my channel. There is a lot of old, but good tutorials there!

thanks for stopping by!

~kimberly



7 comments:

Rae Barthel said...

Yay!!! thank you for the video, VERY helpful!! I know that I will be referring back to it MANY times... after I buy this set of course, I just HAVE to have it now!!!! xoxo

Barb Ghig said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS card, Kimberly! Beautiful water coloring technique and I love the color combo!
Thank you so much for the video, too...I really enjoyed it! I was just wondering if next time you could please zoom in a little bit more? I was having trouble seeing details on the flowers, but it could be my age :) Thanks again for sharing your talents with us!

Aileen (mum) said...

Thanks for the video Kimberly, helped to clarify a few things for me. Beautiful card.

Sharbogast said...

Beautiful card. Thanks so much for the video.

Jennifer K said...

Beautiful card and great video!

Maria Botero said...

Very nice card!!! I have a question, can I use any ink to stamp and then spray with water, to make it like watercolor? Either dye or pigment? I have memento drew drop and it seems that it does not absorb too much water.. or its the paper? Thanks Maria

Kimberly Crawford said...

It needs to be a dye based ink. Memento is not formulated to work with water. My Favorite Things Dye inks or Distress inks will work for this technique.