I cut the oval canvas before I started coloring. You could do it after, just as well. I colored with Marina Mist, then Baja Breeze, then Wild Wasabi Watercolor Wonder Crayons.
Using an Aqua Painter, I added quite a bit of water onto the canvas --- just brushing it on as with any water coloring project. This blends your colors for your background beautifully.
As you can see, the canvas will curl when it's wet. Don't worry about it. Set it aside to dry or, if you're in a hurry, you can heat set it. As with all water coloring, it will dry lighter. If it's really wet, you can blot a bit with a paper towel. If you blot, just be aware that it will dry even lighter because you're blotting away some of the color.
When the canvas is completely dry, stamp your image using StazOn Ink. I think the project works best with more of an outline stamp. You can try different images and see what you think.
Now, why haven't I used these fabulous crayons for so long? I have no answer other than it must be because we have so many fabulous products that I forget to play with some of them. Do you have a product that you haven't used for a while? Get it out, dust it off, and get busy!
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