Having taken several art classes in high school, it crossed my mind at one point, why didn't I give watercolors a try then? I thought the idea of watercoloring a whole painting daunting at the time. I had given oil painting a try in high school and that proved to be really hard for me, not my thing.
Even now, I couldn't produce any sort of watercolor painting, but just painting pretty colors abstractly on a card? Done.
I had a particular recipient in mind when I made this card - a couple that we are friends with got engaged over the holidays. I first went with white embossing for the sentiment, but it didn't stand out enough against the watercolored background, so I added silver embossing over it, off-setting it a bit.
- Jo-Ann (Loew-Cornell Dry Pan Watercolor Paint Cakes 24 Colors, silver sequins, white and silver embossing powder)
- Bazzill (silver cardstock)
- Tsukineko VersaMark ink
- Jillibean Soup (Handwritten Sentiments stamp set)
- We R Memory Keepers (Corner Chomper)