If you joined me last Saturday, I shared my first post in a series that will be featured every Saturday called "How do I use that product?". If you missed it you can view here.
Since I showcased coloring tools I thought I would look at today the different types of card stock to use with watercoloring.
Watercolor paper is designed especially for watercoloring. It absorbs water to keep paper flat for a high-quality finished look. You can use it with Classic Stampin' Up Inks, Blender pens, and Aqua Painter.
A pack of watercolor paper is only $5 for 5 sheets that measure 6" x 9".
Shimmery White Card Stock
Was a delicate shimmer on both sides and is perfect for watercoloring, it does not absorb as much water as the watercolor paper but leaves a light shimmer to you project.
Shimmery White Card Stock comes in a pack of 10 sheets that are 8 1/2" x 11".
Thick Whisper White and Very Vanilla Card Stock
Stampin' Up! carries both Thick Whisper White and Very Vanilla Card Stock. This card stock is thicker than our regular Card Stock, and i personally use it for light water coloring. Allowing me to still use my Classic Ink pads, Blenders and Aqua Painter but just not as heavy with the water.
Thick Card Stock packs have 24 sheets and measure 8 1/2" x 11".
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