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How to use Stampin’ Up Watercolor Pencils

Want a fun, watercolor look to your cards and crafts without the mess? Try Stampin’ Up’s Watercolor Pencils! With only a few supplies, you could be watercoloring the mess-free way in no time.

For this project, I choose the Happy Hedgehogs stamp set to watercolor. The images in the set are perfect for it! You want images with a strong outline that you can fill in with color.

There are 2 assortments of watercolor pencils, both providing a vast array of colors. For this card, I used assortment 1. You can see both color assortments by clicking the buttons below!

I love the variation in color that you can get with these pencils. And they’re so vibrant! All you need to use them are the pencils and a water painter (or a paint brush and water).

First, color your images with the pencil color of your choice, then spread the color with your water painter. It’s that easy!

I’ve created a video on my YouTube channel showing exactly how to use Stampin’ Up’s watercolor pencils and how to make this card. Click the button below to watch.

I’ve also made an alternate version of this card that has a little die cutting for the more advanced Stamper. It uses the Stylish Shapes dies. You can see that card in the video.

I hope you learned a little something about Stampin’ Up’s watercolor pencils and are inspired to give them a try. I’ve listed both assortments in the supply list below. Happy Stamping!

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