Hello! It’s Jill from Jill Cameron Creations today! Today, we are stamping with Tombow markers. This is a technique I haven’t done in a long time and thought it would be perfect for the scripty “kind” stamp in the June Kit.
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Stamping with Tombow Markers
I love a technique that makes it look like I have super talent! lol! Stamping with Tombow markers looks like watercolor. There’s a ton of texture in the finished look and it’s really easy too.
You will need a stamp positioning tool like a MISTI so the image can be stamped multiple times. Once you get the stamp where you want it, scribble on the first color. Yep, just scribble directly on the stamp with the marker tip. I used a rainbow of colors.
I blended between each color by coloring over where each color stops on the stamp. I also stamped each color at least twice. Just recolor the stamp as if you were reinking it with an ink pad.
After I finished coloring the sentiment, I stamped over the entire sentiment with Versamark ink. Then, I coated it in clear embossing powder and melted it until nice and smooth.
It looks like there’s this line of water with watercolors dropped in. I love this technique! I hope you give it a try. Don’t forget to head over to the shop and snag your kit today.
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