We had Hey Chick in the past and now we have Hey Chuck! And Hey Chuck is just as much fun to use for creating projects. Today I am using the Hey Chuck Bundle to create a note card set. This project is from a recent gathering of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from the state of Georgia. Attendees created the note card set as one of their projects.
To color the images watercolor pencils and a blender pen were selected. The technique of using watercolor pencils and a blender pen is often forgotten but is a great alternative to Stampin’ Blends. When using the technique, I recommend using the Thick White Cardstock as “pilling” with a blender pen is less likely to occur. Plus use a soft touch with the blender pen – think of holding a paint brush and likely smooth across the coloring to smooth and blend. To add additional interest, texture emboss the colored panels with the cross hatch Basics 3D Embossing Folder.
Don’t those chicks make you smile?
To recreate the Hey Chuck Note Card Set, a FREE tutorial is available. The tutorial is in the Events Section at the top of this post under the Tutorial Tab.
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