Thursday, 15 June 2017

Pootler's Design Team Challenge week 2








Hi everyone welcome to today's blog post, here we have this stunning watercolour card.

I really am over the moon with this one. I have never really tried water colour before had it not of been for this stamp set I'm not sure I ever would have. I think this card is so elegant and perfect for any occasion. 

For the card base I used our whisper white note cards and envelopes they measure 3.1/2 x 5 inch.

My first layer is our new colour theory DSP cut at 3.3/8 x 4.7/8 inch.

For my second layer I have used another one of our new in colours Berry burst cardstock cut at 2.7/8 x 4.7/8 inch.

My 3rd layer is whisper white cut at 2.5/8 x 4.7/8 on this layer I first stamped all of my images and sentiment using our StazOn jet black ink. 

To do the water colouring I used old olive and Berry burst ink. I simply pressed some ink into the ink pad lid and used our blender pens to pink up some ink and colour the images. 

By using the blending pens your able to get so many different shades of colour, I love it.

This card was so easy to make I really hope you give it a go.

If you are new to water colouring like I am I would really recommend the Remarkable you stamp set, I'm so glad I have it in my stash.

Hope you enjoyed my project today.

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Thanks for stopping by, happy crafting Danielle xx   






4 comments:

  1. Wow!! Dannii that is a stunning card, I love it xx

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    1. Thank you Sandra, I'm in love with the stamp set xx

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  2. Your projects are always very pretty you have a great eye for colour combinations well done it’s really awesome xx😀

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    1. Thank you so much I loved making this card. xx

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