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3 New Satisfying Liquid Watercolour projects

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Hello! Today’s liquid watercolour projects took time, but they were oh! so satisfying! These are also my entries for inspiration for our current monthly challenge which is WATERCOLORS.

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My first card is a shaker card. I created a galaxy watercolour background using Craftangles cold pressed watercolour paper and Craftangles liquid watercolours Eggplant, Autumn Blaze and Blackberry. I used ‘The royals’ sequin mix from Craftangles for the shaker. I really love how this one turned out!

I have a video at the end of this post, showing my process for this card as well as the others. It will also be available to view on the HNDMD Youtube channel.

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For the second card, I decided to try some no line colouring.

I sttamped the images onto Craftangles watercolour paper using a light coloured distress ink.

I then used ‘soulmate’ liquid watercolour for the cup and ‘lemon tart’ and ‘Oh fudge’ to colour the croissants. The sentiment from a Christmas stamp set, seemed most appropriate.

You can watch my entire colouring in the video. It was so much fun to try this technique!

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For the third card, I decided to make a ‘slimline card’. These seem to be the rage these days and I could fit my ballerinas onto this card really well.

To make this card, I die cut the ballerinas from a 3.5 x 7.5 panel of white cardstock. I cut the watercolour paper roughly to the same size (I knew I would trim it down later.). I then did a watercolour wash using ‘Eggplant‘ and ‘Autumn Blaze’ liquid watercolours.

Once the panel was fully dry, I cut it into panels to fit behind the individual diecut ballerinas, in a way to see the beautiful colour gradations. I adhered the watercoloured panels first and then adhered the entire panel using 3D foam tape to a folded card measuring 4″x8″. I couldn’t think of a sentiment so decided to splash some colour over the card to add some interest.

I did this after I finished making the you wont see it there.

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Video on how I used liquid watercolours –

I really struggled with ideas for this post, but I’m so very satisfied with the way they turned out. I hope you enjoy the video and will give these techniques a try.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Have a great day!


Paru Mahtani

Based out of Mumbai, India, she is a stay at home mom, a passionate card maker and a photography enthusiast who regularly showcases her work at Kala Ghoda Art Festival in Mumbai

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