I can’t believe my Watercolor for Card Makers class is coming to an end. This Friday is the last day to submit all of our homework. I have so much left to do.
It was truly an amazing class! I learned a lot about water-coloring. I was granted the opportunity to try different types of watercolors mediums (watercolor pencils and crayons, transparent water colors, opaque watercolors, kids watercolor, shimmer watercolors).
I’m hoping to make at least one water-coloring card a week. This will allow me to spend more time with my daughter who also loves water-coloring.
Today’s watercolor technique was taught by Tim Holtz himself. Truly fun and amazing. He taught us how to make amazing backgrounds using “watercolor stamping or monoprint” using a stencil.
I had so much fun creating my card, that I made two cards.. I’m also submitting this card into the Papertrey Ink’s Make it Monday #165: Artsy Watercolor Backgrounds Challenge. Betsy showed us how to create watercolor backgrounds using our current stamps. I’m excited!!
So, what do you think of this card? It looks so delicious to me. The colors are so vibrant. My flower was punched from a watercolor background that I created. I thought that bought more balance to the card.
For my second card, I wet the outer edge of the flower to create the watercolor effect surrendering each individual flower. That gives each flower a beautiful soft and subtle effect.
I love how both of my cards turned out. I am going to try to create a couple more cards with this fun effect!!
Please let me know what you think.