Step 1 Place the cloud template on your cardstock toward the top of scene.
Step 2 Using a dauber and pigment ink, lightly drag color upward from the template onto the
paper creating an area of sky.
Step 3 Gradually lower and turn the template as you apply more layers of color and admire
your cloudy sky.
|Perfect Stamp Positioning
First, gather your tools for making cloudy skies.
Step 1 Place your Stamp-a-ma-jig (SAMJ) on a flat surface and
slide the imaging sheet snuggly into the corner of the handle.
Step 2 Ink the stamp you will be positioning - in this case, I'm
using the beaver. While holding the SAMJ in place, align your
stamp snuggly in the corner and carefully stamp it on the image
Step 3 Ink the second stamp (in this case, the limb) and stamp it
on the piece of cardstock you want to use.
Step 4 Then position the imaging sheet on the cardstock where
you want your image to be placed.
These are the tools I'm going to use to stamp the beaver on the
Step 5 Take the SAMJ and reposition it snuggly into the corner of
the imaging sheet. Holding the SAMJ in place, carefully remove
the imaging sheet.
Step 6 Ink the first stamp again (in this case, the beaver),
carefully fit it into the corner of the SAMJ and stamp it on the
cardstock. It's time to carefully remove your stamp and see your
perfectly placed image.
There are no limits to the fun you can have using a Micron pen and adding a few lines to a