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I bought some make up brushes at the Action!! they are awesome when you use them with a stencil and some ink!

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14 Replies to “Background with a Stencil and Makeup Brush!!”

  1. The result of too much water on the journal page or overworking it is "pilling". You can refresh the marker by pulling the brush tip carefully and dropping in a drop at a time some re-inker. 3 should do it, then replace the brush nib and store on it's side to distribute the new ink.

  2. Hi Karin, I have switched from sponges to these kind of brushes a short while ago. I get them really cheap off Ali Express and have one for each color family. Love them!!! I find it works best if I don't dab but rather rub them over the ink pad, they pick up the onk quite nicely then. Thanks for another lovely video!

  3. De kleuren zijn inderdaad met je make up kwast erg zacht het is inderdaad wel mooi om te zien….zij ziet er wel erg lief uit…Page toch goed gelukt!! 🙂

  4. Very nice! I love the background! I have some clear stamps that are stuck to the plastic. I read somewhere that it has something to do with the the stamp material.

  5. Is the word your looking for possibly "pilling"? where the paper fibres start to peel off of the surface from too much water and pressure.

    I liked this page and that you continued on with it, even though it wasn't turning out the way you had originally envisaged.

  6. Love your reality. Makes me feel better when I have problems with things. Misery loves company. I think the word you were looking for is. Buckling. Paper is said to buckle when there us more water than the paper can handle. I liked the finished page too.

  7. Oooo, this looks fun! 🙂 I have noticed that the Santoro stamps are usually very hard to remove from the sheet, also! I have issues with strength in my fingers, using a pinching motion is hard… so they are a challenge but – as you show – so very worth it! Lovely page!

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