VIDEO: A Fun Technique For Using Mermaid Markers With Stencils

Video: A Fun Technique For Using Mermaid Marker Brush Pens With Stencils by Kim Dellow

 

Have you used the Jane Davenport Mermaid Markers yet? If you haven’t come across them, they are a brush pen, much like a waterbrush, but they come pre-filled with a dye-based ink. Now I bought myself a pack a few months ago meaning to do a review video, so shout if you would still like me to do one! Instead today I have a technique for using these Mermaid Markers with stencils to get a seriously cool effect!

Don’t worry if you do not have the Mermaid Markers because I give you some suggestions in the video for other products that you can use instead and that you might already have in your stash. Check out the picture below for a close-up of the results of this fun technique!

 

VIDEO: A Fun Technique For Using Mermaid Markers With Stencils

 

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Jane Davenport Mermaid Markers
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Any Cold Press Watercolor paper, I used: Bockingford St Cuthberts mill 300gsm (140lb) Paper
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The Crafter’s Workshop Sweet Posey Template
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Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen
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Art Masking tape
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water spray bottle
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Close-up picture of the Mermaid Marker Brush Pens With Stencils, Video by Kim Dellow

 

Don’t forget that I have loads more watercolor techniques and ideas videos to watch as well as lots of ideas for using stencils try these videos. I’ve also got you covered if you looking for some ideas to get you doodling!

Have a super creative day!

Kim


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2 Comments

  1. Melusine
    January 21, 2018 / 3:31 pm

    Kim – discovered your You Tube Channel yesterday and am enjoying watching numerous of your videos today (it being really well and horrible out). I noticed that you “de-sticky-ed” your masking tape a bit before attaching to the paper to ease its removal post crafting. Did you know that you can use a heat tool on it to assist its removal too? I cannot recall where I heard of this tip but I can say that it works and I have not had any problems with masking tape damaging paper since.

    • kim
      January 21, 2018 / 5:13 pm

      Oh wow! No, I did not know that! Thank you for the tip and I am glad you are enjoying my videos!

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