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Have you tried creating a shiny & permanent mask with Glossy Accents?

I just recently tried it and I love the results!

I started by stamping the Winter Anemone and leaves from the Spring Blossom set with my favorite no-line coloring ink.

Honey Bee Winter Anemone stamped with no-line ink

I watercolored the images with Distress Oxide inks.

Honey Bee Winter Anemone watercolored with Distress Oxide inks
Honey Bee Winter Anemone watercolored with Distress Oxide inks

When the watercolored image was dry, I covered the whole thing with Glossy Accents.

Honey Bee Winter Anemone watercolored with Glossy Accents on top

After the Glossy Accents was dry, I used a blending brush to add color to the background. I used a barely damp paper towel to remove the excess ink from the glossy flower.

Honey Bee Winter Anemone watercolored with Distress Oxide inks

Happy crafting!

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2 responses to “How To Mask With Glossy Accents”

  1. Angela Clark says:

    What a clever way to mask. It turned out so pretty. I love that no line stamping and water coloring.

  2. Lynn Milewski says:

    This turned out so pretty!