Registered: September 11, 2004 Location: Western suburbs of Chicago Posts: 6302
Sat, Sep 18, 2004 @ 4:34 PM
Happy to share -- I "watercolored" a full sheet to use as background, then cut it into smaller pieces as needed, to stamp on. I don't remember exactly what colors I used, but I tend to favor the blues/purples/greens, and probably used Sweet Lavender, Blue Ice, Majestic or Mystic Blue, Periwinkle, Forest Green or Douglas Fir, and either Icicles or Oyster, plus one or two of the iridescent colors like Violet, Blue or Green. Just play around with ones in those color families and see what you come up with. (That's half the fun of the Twinklin H2O's, isn't it?) And...I'll bet that new SU Aqua Painter would work absolutely great with them!!! Thanks for your interest, and have fun.
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