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Watercolor + Stamping

Here I am guys, with yet another card share Blog.

In this blog, I shall share how simple watercolors and stamping can be combined to create a fun card.

Supplies Needed:

  • folded white card in the size 5.5″ by 4.25″.
  • plain white watercolour cardstock piece in the size 5.25″ by 4.00″.
  • yellow, orange, green, blue water color brush pens/ tube.
  • A watercolour brush.
  • Bird stamp
  • sentiment stamp.
  • acrylic block
  • craft heat gun (optional)
  • archival jet black ink pad
  • Glue

 

Method:

STEP1:  Take a piece of watercolour cardstock and apply plain water using a watercolour brush on the cardstock. Keep the strokes random.

STEP2:   Now, pick the yellow color and apply it on one side of the water brushed background. This will allow the color to spread out naturally as we have applied plain water brush strokes first. Keep doing this process with the rest of the colours too.

STEP3:   Make sure, that the colours you chose to blend should not give a muddy effect.

STEP4:   Now dry the colours using craft heat gun too. Or else, simply let it air dry.

STEP5:   Mount the stamps, on the acrylic block.

STEP6:   Ink the stamps well with the archival jet black ink.

STEP7:   Stamp it on the watercolored background. Do the same process with the sentiment stamp as well.

STEP8:   Now stick the watercolour cardstock on the plain white folded card, leaving an equal border from all sides.

 

The card is is all done 🙂

 

Greetings to one And all,

Jayana Shah.

(Jayana’s Jolly Cards).

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