Watercoloring with Ken Oliver Color Burst

Second Post for today
If your looking for the Playing with Secondary Colors, click here

Hello everyone!!  I’m here again for a second time!!  Yes, two in a row.  Once again I’m trying to get my homework done for MFT Summer School!

Lesson #8 – Primary Colors

Primary colors are the most basic colors on the color wheel!!  They are Red, Yellow and Blue!!  These colors create all of the other colors you see in the world around you.

Colors Wheel


They form a triangle, take a look at the color wheel above!!

Amazing right!!  Now take a look at my card:

Hello down (MFT)

I used two primary colors to create that watercolor hello!! I love how it turned out.

I used Ken Oliver Color Burst Lemon Yellow and Alizarin Crimson which are primary colors.  I added Pthalo Green which is a secondary color for added interest.  I don’t have the blue color burst yet. I will get it very soon.

Take a look at that watercolor piece:


To create the card, I just used the My Favorite Things Die-namics TRANSFORM-ables Say Hello Die and cut out the hello and attached it to my card base that I previously cut out.

Hello (MFT)

Super simple and easy.

So what do you thing of primary colors?  I have to say this lesson really gave me a different perspective about colors.

What do you thing?  Please let me know down below.

Supplies used:

MFT Say HelloKen Oliver Color Burst - Alizarin Crimson Color Burst Lemon Yellow Pthalo Green Color Burst

Thank you so much for stopping by!

~ Kymona

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