Our guide will show you how to cre­ate all sorts of fantastic colour ef­fects with ease!

Papercraft Inspirations - - NEWS - De­signed by Kat Wa skett

Kat Was­kett has some great ideas to get you started us­ing bril­liant Ink­tense pen­cils

There is such a daz­zling ar­ray of dif­fer­ent pens, pen­cils and paints avail­able for colour­ing stamped im­ages. With all this choice it’s hard to know which one to use, but Ink­tense pen­cils are a great op­tion be­cause they are so ver­sa­tile and in­cred­i­bly easy to use.

Ink­tense con­tain wa­ter­colour pig­ment so all you need to blend them and achieve amaz­ing artis­tic ef­fects is wa­ter and a paint­brush. The colour can be built up by adding lay­ers of pen­cil so that you can get a beau­ti­ful shaded ef­fect us­ing just one pen­cil, but you can also mix the colours for an in­fi­nite va­ri­ety of shades. This also al­lows you to choose ei­ther soft pas­tel shades or vi­brant tones to suit your cho­sen project.

These two projects will help to get you started with Ink­tense pen­cils, whether you’re new to card mak­ing, or a sea­soned crafter.

Kat has been de­sign­ing cards for over ten years and loves stamp­ing, colour­ing and lay­er­ing most of all.

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