True :D here with another Tombow coloring tutorial for you. Today I'll show you how to do a two-tone rose using the "Roses To Die For" stamp set that I illustrated for Clear Dollar Stamps. I made a jumbo paperclip bookmark (that I CASE'ed from my friend Sarah) by using the coordinating "Blooming Bouquet" designer die set.
These are the supplies you will need.
First you will need to cut your die shapes out of white watercolor paper.
I did 5 leaves for my project.
First I colored in the shadow areas of the rose centers with #090.
Then I smoothed out the lines with a damp paintbrush. You could also use a water brush.
Then I hit the shadow areas again with #025. I also hit the highlights on the leaves.
Again, smoth out the lines with a damp paint brush.
Color in the outer areas of the roses with #761 then smooth with water.
Color the shadow areas of the leaves with #098 then smooth with a damp brush.
Lightly hit with a damp paint brush trying not to blend away all of the little lines.
Tie a bow to the paper clip and attch the large rose to the top. Attach the smaller rose to the center of the large one using pop dots or foam tape. Glue the leaves onto the back of the large rose. Add some Stickles if you like some sparkle.
Here is Sarah's paperclip that I CASE'ed. It's soooo pretty in pink too!
Thanks for the inspiration Sarah! ;)
Thanks so much for dropping by today!