Another week has passed us by! Who got to do some crafting?
Are you ready to see what I did with some of the watercolor samples from last week?
Well, here are a couple of them, a little “watercolor magic” if you will. I left them simple on purpose so I could still see the colors of the ink really well. Don’t want to cover up all that inky goodness now do we?
My Saturday Post: Watercolor Magic!
These cards may beautiful to look at, but I’m not happy with the way they came out in the photos. The colors look all flat or something, so I don’t think you’re getting to see how great they turned out. Even though these two cards have softer colors, they still seem a little washed out in these pictures. I really think it’s my photography skills that need help and not the cards! Such is life, I will work on that! Then again, they are watercolor!
You will just have to trust me when I tell you they’re beautiful!
Now, go get out some ink, give it a try and create some of your own “Watercolor Magic!”.
Here’s What I Used:
cardstock: Whisper White (#100730), Basic Black (#121045), Lost Lagoon (#133679). ink: Blackberry Bliss (#133642), Lost Lagoon (#133644), Hello Honey (#133643), Mossy Meadow (#133645), Basic Black (#129980). Embossing Folder, Honeycomb (#129378) stamps: A Dozen Thoughts (#131059), Project Life Point & Click (#135787 photopolymer), other: Rhinestones Basic Jewels (#119246), Big Shot (#113439), Project Life Cards & Life Framelits (#135707), Magnetic Platform (#130658), Stampin’ Spritzer (#126185), Sponge Daubers (#133773), Snail Adhesive (#104332), Stampin’ Trimmer (#126889) and water.