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Quick and Easy Watercolour technique

Welcome to today’s blog post on how to use a quick and easy watercolour technique in card making.

Hi and welcome to my blog. Today’s project was thoroughly enjoyable to make. Let me show you how to make a quick and easy couple of watercolour technique cards.

For today’s project I used a standard whisper white card base layered with our Fluid 100 Watercolour Card Stock.

I decided to make two cards today using the Forever Blossoms Stamp Set and three of our new in-colours for 2020-22.

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Instructions

  • Card once folded measures 4-1/8″ x 5-7/8″ and is whisper white
  • Watercolour Card layer is 4″ x 5-3/4″
  • Add colours of choice to your stamping block
  • Using your watercolour brushes, or a paint brush, add ink and work it into your card, brushing side to side in a downward motion
  • Wash you brush in between colours!!
  • Repeat with remaining colours
  • Dry with heat gun or allow to dry naturally before next step
  • Stamp images and sentiments of choice
  • Adhere all layers together

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YouTube Tutorial: Quick and Easy Watercolour Technique

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