Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Treats on Tuesday with Christine - La gâterie du mardi avec Christine

Hi everyone, it's Christine here at Magenta with a watercolour stencil technique. Paint Elmer's Rubber Cement on the back of your stencil. Use the brush to cover the entire surface. Let it dry a little for a few seconds and then stick it to your watercolour paper. The rubber cement will stop the watercolours seeping under the stencil.

Bonjour à tous, c'est Christine ici chez Magenta avec une technique de pochoir à l'aquarelle. Peignez la colle ciment en caoutchouc Elmer au dos du pochoir. Utilisez le pinceau pour couvrir toute la surface.  Laissez sécher quelques secondes puis collez-le sur votre papier aquarelle. Le ciment en caoutchouc empêchera l'aquarelle de s'infiltrer sous le pochoir.


Once you have finished your watercolouring leave it dry and then remove the stencil. You can use a glue eraser to remove the glue off the stencil and your paper.

Une fois l'aquarelle terminée, laissez sècher et enlevez le pochoir.  Vous pouvez utiliser une efface à colle pour enlever la colle sur le pochoir et sur le papier.


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(07.574.I) Happiness is not a Destination
(07.574.I) Happiness is not just a Destination




TM246 Sunflowers


[TM246] Sunflower stencil
 
Christine Alexander - DT Magenta

  

4 comments:

Loll said...

Your card is AMAZING, Christine! What a great technique for this stencil. Wonderful way to use the beautiful sunflower stencil!

Carole Dion said...

Nice way to used stencil, awesome Christine !

Trina P. said...

Gorgeous card and watercolouring. Love the bright colours. The cement glue is brilliant not just to act as a resist, but just to adhere those small delicate stencil areas that pull up when ink blending. Awesome idea. xx

Susan said...

Beautiful! Wonderful sunny colours to lift the spirits! And the rubber cement technique worked so well to let you keep the details of the stencil.