Sundays with Sandee - playing with water

Sunday, May 25, 2014


Howdy everyone, summer times is approaching here in the States and the weather is turning hot, what better time to play with a cool water transfer technique with your graphics? This is my art journal page...I didn't even write anything on it because I liked it just as it is....

I did add some sprayed dots using the Tim Holtz Distress Marker Spritzer after the video was over, just because I love playing with this tool and it's so awesome to create tiny dots without making a mess! You can aim this gadget where ever you want!!

Here's the video, I hope you enjoy watching it and that it inspires you to play along with my monthly challenge to win some awesome printable graphics this month. You have one week to create an entry for the random drawing of 2 prizes!


Hope your week is fabulous! Thanks for tuning in ♥


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8 Responses to “Sundays with Sandee - playing with water”

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is sooooooooooo beautiful!! LOVING those butterflies!!!!!

Marion Armitage said...


Really like the transfers and it does look like they are in the background.. Great page as usual....

Donna Lueders said...

Love it Sandee, I have been wanting to try this transfer now for quite awhile. Beautiful work!!! Is that Helmers glue you used?

Tamiko McCurry (MEKOfoSHO) said...

So cool to see the image transfer with plain water! Love how it turned out. You are a watercolor mad woman!! I need to find those butterflies.. have always loved those!! I guess I will be working on a page/card once I find good images to work with :) Thanks for the springtime inspiration.. I think SPRING is FINALLY here.. (so what so is SUMMER too!! lol)

Sharon Estes said...

Like the new idea of using watercolor ink, Watercolor is so popular now in journals, I really like the butterfly transfer idea, You did a great Video today. I enjoyed...Sending blog lover to a great blogger/designer.
Sharon Estes

Carole Z said...

Superb video Sandee, thanks for the inspiration! Carole Z x

Vicki said...

So neat, Love how you did the graphics and your flowers. Loved the whole thing. Thank You for sharing.

Megan Smith (aka Daisymeh) said...

What an awesome technique and a beautiful result Sandee!