I am intrigued with the simple images in the Artistically Asian stamp set so I pulled it out to play with. I colored directly on an acrylic block with several markers and then misted it to create the background. Have you ever tried that technique? It's pretty simple and the end result is different every time. It's called "Watercolor Wash".
Here are the steps if you'd like to give it a try...
Simply use three or four markers of your choice and color directly on the block. Lightly mist with water or alcohol holding the mister approximately 6 to 8 inches away from the block. This will allow the colors to blend together for a beautiful watercolor effect. Then stamp on light colored cardstock or watercolor paper. To finish simply stamp over the block with a solid image.
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