Splitcoast is featuring a new Product review today. We had the opportunity to play with Inkadinkado’s new ink pads and watercolor markers. My favorite thing were the Watercolor Marker. They are soooo cool! They have a dabber point on one side, and a fine point on the other. The dabber is specifically made for us stamper in mind. Just add it directly to your stamp by painting or dabbing it on, mist and stamp!
The cool thing is if you brush the ink on first, then go over and dab on several places, it will give you different shades of the same color.
For my card the Dogwood stamp from Inkadinkado was inked up with Terra Cotta and Olive Green Marker and stamped on Watercolor paper. I added sky with the sky blue marker and my aqua painter. I just scribbled marker on an acrylic block and picked the ink up from there with my aqua painter. The same was done with the ground with Terra Cotta Marker.
The sentiment is from Verve’s Accent Notes was inked with the Terra Cotta marker and stamped on the lower right hand corner.
The card base is a 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ piece of Sno Cone cardstock folded in half. The 3 5/8″ square of watercolor paper was stitched to a 3 7/8″ square of Old Olive cardstock. To add a little something something….I stitched a tiny bit of twill to a button and adhered that to the top left of the card.
Here is a video about the new Markers:
Make sure to also check out today’s tutorial by Sharon Tidwell. She shows you how to use Watercolor Crayons on Canvas. Have a wonderful day! Hugs and smiles