We had a fun and busy weekend but in between the activities I found some moments to watercolor. I have two cards to share with you today.
I fell in love with the Circle of Love set from Papertrey Ink. I know I'll enjoy using the solid fill-in images for this floral bouquet on future projects. My desire was to be able to watercolor the images and feel pleased with the results. It's a very humble beginning!
The first card is a CASE of this card done by Betsy Veldman. Nothing like trying to imitate a master, right? Stamping in pale ink, I used the no line watercolor technique, with loose coloring. What you see is my second attempt at this, and I am pleased enough to post it. Number one was for the trash can.
I added a few sequins, keeping the card very simple.
For the second card, I embossed the image in gold and then watercolored. While this was easier, I'm not as pleased with the result because the embossing seems to stand out more boldly and the colors seem to get lost. I paired the die cut image with some patterned paper, and added a bow from gold thread.
I chose the Oh happy day sentiment because the card could be for a birthday, wedding or anniversary depending on the greeting inside. Stamping the trio of hearts was a fun addition.
I am so grateful to be able to share here on my blog. Many thanks for coming by to spend a little time with me today.
Delight in your craft
Make something beautiful!
Stamps: Circle Of Love and coordinating dies
Paper: Neenah Solar White, Canson Cold Press watercolor paper, DSP from Penny Black - Beau Jardin
INK: Versamerk, WPlus9 - V.I.Pink, Bloomsberry, Fairy Dust
Accessories: Watercolors - Kuretakd Gansai Tambi, sequins