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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Wonderful Wet Watercolor Rose!

When I saw the tutorial that Patty B put on her blog for the wet water coloring technique, I just knew I had to try it out. I am water coloring challenged but this was so simple and produced fabulous results. I had the basics of the card already completed waiting for something to be put on it. It was left over from another card that I changed directions on late in the game. So all I had to do was add the rose and the sentiment.

wetwaterrose

The rose is so pretty and sparkly in real life since it is done using the shimmery white cardstock. You will just have to make one for yourself so you can see how pretty it really is.

Stamps: Fifth Ave Floral, Upsy Daisy

Ink: Baja Breeze, Regal Rose, Pretty in Pink, Barely Banana, Craft White

Paper: Whisper White, Shimmery White, Regal Rose, Barely Banana, Walk in the Park DSP

Accessories: Whisper White taffeta ribbon, stampin dimensionals, clear embossing powder

Tools: Crafters’ Tool Kit, Aqua Painter, Word window punch, 1 inch circle punch, Designer Label Punch, Heat Tool

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13 comments:

Jessica said...

Can you put a link to the water color tutorial?

Robin McK said...

I loved that tutorial too! Great job with yours!

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Beautiful work! I love the layout, the colors, and that flower is a amazing!

Kay Kalthoff said...

OMG - gorgeous!!!!

Nancy Riley said...

GORGEOUS !!! Love those colors! WOW!

Tina said...

You did a great job with this technique. I keep trying it but they don't seem to turn out as nice. Thanks for sharing!

Lisa Brown said...

Wow! Just gorgeous!

Deb Lenox Leesburg, Virginia said...

ooohh that is so pretty and I love the colors...
thanks for sharing
deb

Luv 2 Cre8 With U said...

Wow, I love this card. It is very beautiful. I love the rose.

Shiozaki Beach girls said...

I am in AWE of this card! JUST gorgeous!

Kelli said...

I just love this card! I feal a CASE coming on!

Linda Bandow said...

You did s spectacular job with the rose.....the best one yet! Kind of reminds me of Fragrant Cloud...my all time favorite.

Patty Bennett said...

Absolutely stunning!! Glad you enjoyed the tutorial!! :) Patty