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September 10, 2010

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TishSch

I love your tutorial! You make it look so easy, and you make me want to get some Tombow markers!

True :D

Thanks for all of the lovely comments!
Ree,
To answer your question...most "watercolor" papers will work. Clear Dollar Stamps carry a nice one. You can click on the link under "CS/Papers" in the card recipe above and it will take you straight to it.
You should use a good waterproof ink or a heat embossed image. I personally use Staz-On. Usually Jet Black but for this image, I used Timber Brown. Hope that helps.
Hugs,
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Ree Donnelly

Fantastic tutorial! What kind of paper do you recommend for this type of watercoloring, and what stamping ink?

Lynne

Thank you for the great tutorial. I've been scared to try coloring with markers but you have made it look so easy.

Susan

I appreciate you taking the time to do the tutorial. I am still a beginner and have wondered how I could color my own stamps...you have really made it easy enough for even me to do! Thanks Again

kathy s

thanks for sharing such helpful information I don't have Tombows but I have something very similar and am always looking for ideas on how to get the best out of them.

Bernie

OMG I have stayed away from coloring because I've see tutorials for other markers that make it look SO difficult but this was fantastic. I think I'll be getting a few Tombows and giving it a try. Oh Oh that means I'll be buying images and stamps, this could get expensive. LOL Thanks for a great tutorial.
Blessings Bernie

Deloris

Thanks for doing the coloring tutorial. I normally use Prismacolor pencils and blend with baby oil so it's fun to learn other coloring techniques.

Candyf

Great tutorial -- you make it look so easy!

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