The number one question I hear all the time is "How do I use that product?"
So starting today, I am going to start sharing every Saturday the importance of different products. Today we are going to talk about Coloring Tools.
Every stamper needs the basics stamps, ink and paper. But oh the things you can do when you use coloring tools. Blend, Fade, Distress, add Sparkle and Watercolor. So many things are at your finger tips with these three tools. The Aqua Painter, Blender and Wink of Stella are all three great coloring tools, but each give a different look.
I bet you had never thought of the Wink of Stella as a coloring tool before? It does add sparkle to your projects without the mess. It has a brush tip and when added to ink that has a water base, it does allow you to blend these colors. So give it a try when you need some light blending and sparkle.
The Blender Pens have been around for awhile. They combine the flexibility of watercolors with the convenience of markers. These dual-tipped pens are filled with specialized solution to blend ink easily. Use with Watercolor Paper or Shimmery White Cardstock and Classic Stampin' Ink. The tip cleans off with just a stroke or two on scrap paper, so you don't need a different pen for each color. These pens are disposable.
The Aqua Painters may take more practice in using, as they dispense the most water to a project. But are a great tool for the stamper who likes to work with watercolor. No need for a brush and cup–Aqua Painters hold liquid for easy watercoloring. Use with Watercolor Paper for best results and Classic Stampin' Ink.
Sure hope you have found this post helpful. What product would you like to know more about? Let me know so I can feature it in a post on an upcoming Saturday.
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