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Using A Salt Technique For Texture In A Watercolor Card

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Step One

Step 1

Mix a teaspoon of the Kosher salt or Alaea salt with a teaspoon of the Perfect Pearls pigment powder in a small bowl. The powder adds a pearly shine to the result, so this is an optional (but fun) variation. Add more for a shinier effect. Set aside, then paint 2 sheets of Tim Holtz white cardstock paper (4.25″ x 5.5″) with different blues and purples – one with more water mixed in, enough to saturate the paper and cause the paint to pool on the surface.