Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Watercoloring with dye ink part 1 video!

Hello, friends!

Today, I have a video for you showing you how I like to watercolor my stamped images. 

Be sure to let me know if you have any questions!

If you cannot see the video above, click here ==> Watercoloring with dye ink part 1 video!

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Joan Smith said...

Good Morning Miss Melanie...OMG girl loved your video....You totally rocked this subject...you truly gave an awesome outstanding tutorial!! Loved the fact that you had me rolling on the floor at 6 a.m. with your comedy intro....your flower is Gorgeous....I really can't wait to try this. I likey the fact that this is #! so YAY can't wait for #2. YOU so ROCK!!

Hope you have another Craftabulous day!!

Coelle said...

I've been coloring with the wonderful CTMH pencils...just didn't want to get into the markers, BUT, WOW, you made the water coloring really look like everyone CAN do it. Who would think to press the lids of our stamp ink pads to provide the palette (I know dah!!!)! Thank you Melanie....it just shows how helpful tutorials are!

Anonymous said...

Hi Melanie,
Love all your videos and learning all the tips and tricks and techniques! I am just wondering why you colored the leaves in this flower pink? If you use more than one color will it run? Or should you let it dry before using another color? Oops, just remembered this is Part 1! Thank you, Marsha

Melanie Brown said...

Marsha, this image looks like it is just flower petals to me. There is a second stamp in this set that are leaves, but I just figured that this flower was just fully bloomed. Now that you say that though, I can see why you would think the way you do. I think you could color some of the petals as leaves.

Auntie Em said...

Great tutorial! I love your tutorials. You make it so easy to follow each step.
Thank you so much for sharing your talent! :)