This is the second card I made using the watercolor resist technique. If you missed my previous post outlining this technique, you can see it here.
The stamps used for this card are Daisies, by Inspired by Stamping (flower), Big Notes II by Inspired by Stamping (for the sentiment).
In this case, I heat embossed the sentiment onto Vellum, giving the card an entirely different feel. I finished it off with pearls from my stash.
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Another beautiful one. What a cool technique!
Judy Woodland recently posted..Hearts and Feathers
This technique creates beautiful soft colors. I like that and remind me so of spring!
I LOVE this one, too!!! The yellow and blue are fabulous together! Thanks for joining us at IBS! 🙂 HUGS and have a great week! Mynn xx
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Thanks so much, Judy! I really love this technique, and can see myself doing way more cards like this!
Thanks Verna. Yes, the colours come out wonderfully soft looking.
Thanks so much, Mynnette! The IBS stamps work beautifully for this technique.
The card looks so soft and pretty Cheryl! I must try this!
Thanks Marcelle! I know you will love it!!!
So pretty – love the vellum sentiment – Thanks for joining in with IBS!
vicki dutcher recently posted..SCS Color Challenge #465
Thanks so much, Vicki! I don’t use Vellum anywhere near as much as I should. It really softens a card, I think.
Stunning Cheryl!! I love the soft colors and the way you created this background.
Thanks so much, Penny! I’m in love with this technique!!
Cheryl, this card turned out so beautiful!
Karen Hawkins recently posted..Fluttering Fairy
Thanks so much, Karen!