My Saturday Post: Watercolor Magic!

Hi everyone!

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!

Hexagon EF watercolor background #4 2014 with wm Hexagon EF watercolor background #3 2014 with wm Hexagon EF watercolor background #2 2014 with wm Hexagon EF watercolor background #1 2014 with wmThese backgrounds are beautiful to look at by themselves so I had a hard time using them on cards, I didn’t want to ruin them by covering up all of that great ink!

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!”.

Enjoy!…Karen

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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.

 Get Creative!

 

 

 


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