[caption id="attachment_17621" align="aligncenter" width="751"] Watercolor with Chalk Ink[/caption] Hi there Waffle Flower friends! Sabrina here! In today’s Watch It Wednesday video, I am sharing a couple of tips for using your Chalk Inks as watercolors. You can use just about any ink as a watercolor but the cool effects that can be achieved by stamping over the watercolor with more chalk ink just can’t be matched! On this notebook, I first water-colored a soft background with Pear ink from the Winter Blend ink palette before stamping a tropical pattern that overlaps the edges. While the background is still wet, you get a gorgeous, sun bleached effect. And when the background paper is dry, you get the beautiful soft finish that chalk ink is so famous for. The great thing is either wet or dry, you can stamp on a surface and the color will not bleed. Just one more reason to love the Chalk Ink Blends from Waffle Flower Crafts! Check out the video below for a few tips for trying this out yourself.
[Video] How to Watercolor with Chalk Ink - Sabrina Alery
Watch it below or in HD on Youtube. Thank you so much for sharing this cool technique with us today, Sabrina!