Hiya, back with another masking video at Scrapbook Boutique blog and I wanted to try out the Molotow pen again to see how ‘Take 3’ turns out, I decided to film so that you could watch the process and see what you think for yourself…
You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.
I’ve linked all these fab products below or you can find them at Scrapbook Boutique.
Other Supplies: Distress Markers – Tattered Rose, Barn Doot, Spun Sugar, Gathered Twigs, Pumice Stone. Distress Ink – Faded Jeans.
16 thoughts on “Video : Molotow – Take 3!”
This is great, thanks for all the tips on the masking pen, it is one of those things I haven’t decided if I need it or not. I love the angle of the striped paper, that looks great.
I wonder if my powder tool is deficient, yours puts out so much more powder than mine… Hmmm. Thanks for sharing!
This is so adorable! Do you have problem with masking liquid staining the watercolor paper?
Yes, I have had some problems with staining from the masking liquid and I have been trying out using different types of cardstock to see if this helps, but I have found a definite improvement just by colouring my images after I’ve removed the masking liquid. Hope this is helpful and that you have a great and crafty day! Therese
Such a cute scene Therese – love the watercolouring.
Love this sweet card, Therese! How clever you are to create the reflection of the water and sun…WOW!
My goodness, Therese, you never fail to expand my imagination. Watching your video and seeing you create a reflection in the water….wow.
This is so sweet! Love it!
Great video too!
Lovely. Great card with the reflection. Will have to come back to watch your latest videos – and see how you went this time with the masking fluid 🙂
I’m intrigued by that Molotow masking liquid. It looks like a fun thing to work with. Such sweet images, and perfect for watercoloring too. Love the little scene you’ve created here.
I really love the watercoloured sky and water… very dreamy 🙂
Oh my golly, so amazing Therese. Your watercolored scene is stunning.
I bought that marker but didn’t use it yet. Grabbing some coffee to watch your video and hope to get some good tips… The outcome of your card is so sweet, love the reflection in the water!
This card caught my eye in blogland. For one, that is one amazing night sky. You nailed it! And for two, that angled strip of B/W paper crowns your design!
So adorable, Therese … what a sweet moonlit scene! Will be back to watch your video as I’ve just got a Molotow pen … looking forward! Hugs, Anita 🙂
What a sweet scene Therese!