Today I’m making a card for Tupelo Designs LLC and I’ll be using my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. These markers are Amazing!! I have numerous number of watercolor mediums, but these markers are by far my favorite! You can use them with water or without. That’s what makes these markers very unique. It also has a real brush, rather than the felt tips we’re use to, for watercolor markers.
The stamp set that I’ll be using today is Newton’s Nook Designs Stamp set. This stamp set is very versatile, for all year round. It has a wagon, and it has different things you can put in the wagon. I think that’s super fun. I wanted to make a rainbow of wagon, stacked on top of each other, with newton on the top of the wagon, hiding behind the pumpkins. I could only fit 5 wagons on this card, but you can easily make a whole card, just with the wagons. I colored them with different colors using the Zig clean color markers and I didn’t use any water to blend. I just used the markers itself, to do the blending. I chose out a light and a dark from each color family, to do the blending. These markers blend beautifully and they are very easy to use. They are very highly pigmented to give you a super bright color, or you can add water to make the colors softer. I’ll be showing both techniques today. I colored all the images, without the water but I used water on the clouds, to give a softer look. Please check out the video and you can see for yourself, how fun and easy these markers are to use.
Just like I mentioned in the video, you don’t need to have a ton of color You can easily control the intensity of the color by using it with or without the water. Tupelo Designs LLC has several different packs available but they also sell the singles as well. What’s great about these markers is that, you can buy them individually. Which means, you can start with a smaller set if you like, and build your collection over time. I hope you enjoy this card and please subscribe and follow if you want to see more inspirations and ideas. All the supplies I used will be located below, for your convenience. Thanks again!
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