I am entering this card into a challenge over at Freshly Made Sketches blog. There is lots of inspiration over there. Please go and check out all the entries. Here is the sketch
Today I have some easy faux watercolor cards for you. All you need is some Oxide Inks or water reactive ink, stamps of your choice, black ink, clear embossing powder, heat gun, shimmer spray optional, black paint, glass mat or craft sheet and a spray bottle with water.
My stamp sets are from Technique Tuesday. I used Bowl Bouquet, Delightful Daisy and Lotus for the sentiment. The doily die is from In Love Art shop and is a set of 3.
The colors I chose to use are Broken China, Peacock Feathers, Fossilized Amber and Lucky Clover. You can see them in the 2 pictures below. The second picture is how I put them on my glass mat. You'll want to use a craft sheet or class mat for easy clean up.
Then I spray the ink with water to make it puddle. Make sure the colors you pick don't make a muddy brow color when they mix. You may want to test this first.Then I put my paper down in the puddle to soak up the ink. You can see that in the picture below.
Then l take my paper up and look at it to see if I like it or want to add more color. I use my heat gun between layers to dry it. The Oxide inks layer well with bottom colors showing through. I keep doing this step until I'm happy with the out come. The next picture shows the way my doily looked when done. I did this step for my background panel too.
Next I heat embossed my image and sentiment, and added black paint splatter to the background panel. Shown in picture below. I did these assembly line style. I did all die cutting, then the ink smushing technique, the the black paint splatter, the heat embossing and then assembly of the cards.
One more picture of the final card with a different image for you to look at.
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Have a crafty day.