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Today I shared a few ways to try Watercoloring on different papers.
I used Thick Basic White paper for this one and the paper does warp and it does not blend as well.
For the first two cards, I taped off an area to keep the watercolor centered.
This also puts a big focus onto a smaller area and hi lights it.
I do still love the feel of the card and even though it is not a stellar card it’s still pretty cool!
This card I ADORE! It is really simple in design but the blues and pop of black are stunning.
Same process as above with the taping off of an area, then since it is Fluid 100 WC paper, I wet it all over, then added color.
I dried it with the Heat Tool and added more color to darker certain areas.
I did start by adding White Craft ink, but also added some White Gauche diluted with water for some added bright White pops.
I die-cut the star from Black CS three times and layered together with ease with the help of Adhesive Sheets.
Finally in a totally-viewer finished card we have this stunner of a card!
It was an all over Watercolor card with Blackberry Bliss and Highland Heather.
I added in some of the upcoming Iridescent White Organdy ribbon to pull it together.
Everyone really helped me with the final sentiment in Highland Heather instead of White cardstock.
Base: 4 1/4″ x 11″, score at 5 1/2″
Watercolor layer: 3 3/4″ x 5″
Layer: 4″ x 5 1/4″
Scrap for sentiment
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