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Fun Cards with Liquid Watercolors

Hello friends, I am up with a set of 3 cards, showcasing the liquid watercolors from Craftangles. All these are digital stamps from my stash, printed on hot press watercolor paper. These are also my entry for our monthly Challenge which is Watercolors

So here is a look at my watercolor cards –

Fun Cards with Liquid Watercolors 1

For the first card, I have used the following CrafTangles Liquid Watercolors:

  1. Victorian Rose – Hellebore flowers, leaves
  2. Poolside – glass
  3. Limelight – Leaves
  4. Poison Ivy – leaves

Once the watercoloring was done, I have used the Distress ink – Old paper to dab on the base card to create some interest, and added the colored front, a few jewels to finish off.

Fun Cards with Liquid Watercolors 2

For this second card, I have used the following watercolors:

  1. Silver Moonlight – Unicorn, Moon, Rabbits
  2. Gold Dust – Star
  3. Pretty Peony – Lillies
  4. Limelight- Grass
  5. Moss Green – Leaves
  6. Lemon Tart – Butterfly
  7. Poolside – Clouds, butterfly

For the base card, I have used CrafTangles Nature stencil and sponged the clouds with a very light hand, and added the front and stamped the sentiment from my stash.

Fun Cards with Liquid Watercolors 3

For the third card, the following colors are used:

  1. Mystical Waters – Water
  2. Silver Moonlight – Swan
  3. Autumn blaze – Swan beak, lotus
  4. Pretty Peony – Lotuses
  5. Moss Green – lotus pads/leaves
  6. Gold Dust – frog
  7. Caffe Mocha – frog

For the base card, I used a glossy cardstock from CrafTangles, and used a fine tip black marker to draw lines, and then simple smudge the lines downwards to create the smudged look.

The sentiment is from the set Hello lovely from CrafTangles, stamped and added on a piece of cardstock using foam adhesive.

Fun Cards with Liquid Watercolors 4

I hope you like my inspiration with the CrafTangles Liquid Watercolors today. Have you tried these watercolors yet? IF not, you have to try these and I tell you you will be addicted to these like me.

Have a great day ahead everyone!

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Rahmat Gouse

Originally from India, Rahmat has been globetrotting for almost 15 years and joins us from Macau. She loves playing with stamps and finds creative ways to use them.

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