The white paper is a little hard to see, but it is an embossed paper designed to be daubed, sponged, or whatever. I had a brainstorm and grabbed it for the watercolor pencil techniques. For this technique, you color fairly firmly on some scratch paper. I like to use the Stampin'Up! grid paper under all my projects. Then, you take a blender pen and pick up color from your scribbled blot of color on the scratch paper and color on the white Irresistably Yours DSP. I chose the diamond pattern and cut the size down to 3 x 3. This is a bit time consuming so I would recommend a smaller piece as an accent and not the whole back of a card, unless you want to. The rest of the card is pretty self explanatory. Because I'm right handed, all my color strokes go from SW to NE on a compass. I would anticipate if you were left handed, it would be the opposite! Here's a peek at my scratch sheet!
(By the way, I used up some retired ribbon that coordinated with my color scheme so I can't offer those in the supply list below.) I have my watercolor pencil class in an hour so I have to scoot! Come back later today for Technique #6-- it's another one I came up with on my own and you don't want to miss it!
Yay! It's Friday!