Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Sending Smiles | Video

I love watercolor backgrounds - I find them to be so soft and pretty.  And I love the Liquid Colors, because they are so versatile in the pigmentation.

With the pretty watercolor background, created with Liquid Color, This pretty card is perfect for any occasion.

 For today's card, I've used the Rustic Rose Liquid Color to create the background.  In the process video, I show you how I get variation in color - both by building up sections of the the actual watercoloring, and by using various strengths of the liquid color to flick over the surface.


On top of the watercolor background, I've added some Sparkle Silk splatter, a couple of banners, and a baby envelope die cut with a sentiment insert that is heat embossed in Copper.  A few pearls added the finishing touch to the card.

With the pretty watercolor background, created with Liquid Color, This pretty card is perfect for any occasion.

Thanks for stopping by!

Much love,                    

Supplies Used:
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Stamps: 
Mini Greetings ATS AT-0339

Inks:
Rustic Rose Liquid Color IP-0157, Clear Pigment Ink Pad IP-0102, Copper Embossing Powder IP-0148, Sparkle Silk IP-0126

Papers:
Color Splash Watercolor Sheets JM-0076, Whip Cream 8.5" x 11" Card Stock CS-0040, Rustic Rose 8.5"x 11" Card Stock CS-0148, Corrugated Stock ST-0124

Embellishments:
Pearls AC-0024

Tools:
Baby Envelope Die DI-0410, Journey Platinum Machine TO-0090,  Journey Blooms Paper Trimmer TO-0039, Crease Tool TO-0040, Detail Pro Shears (4.5") TO-0063,  Heat Gun TO-0083, Blending Brush - Large TO-0099, Media Mister TO-0121

Adhesives:
White Liner Tape AD-0001, Journey Craft Glue AD-0111, Journey Foam Squares - Medium AD-0085

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