Hello, friends! Today I wanted to share a beautiful card I made using watercolor and white embossing powder. I just love this card and think the simplicity of it is what makes it so beautiful.
I started off by rubbing my anti-static on white cardstock before stamping my hydrangea stamp with Versamark Ink and heat setting it with white embossing powder. I colored the image with my AMAZING Koi Watercolor set using two shades of green and one shade of purple. I made different shades by adding more or less water, depending on what I wanted. Adding more water will make the color lighter; adding less water will make it darker. I really do love this watercolor set. It's compact but has a wide variety of colors that seem to last forever, and comes with a water brush and mixing tray. It's a lot of fun to play with :)
After painting the hydrangea, I set it aside to dry for a couple of hours. I wanted to make sure it was nice and dry before die cutting it so the colors didn't smear. I have done that before and it was so frustrating because I have found no way to save it after the damage has been done! This die was very intricate and removing the paper was tricky on the parts that had little curly q's, so I had to be very careful and move slowly. Using wax paper usually helps remedy this problem, but I didn't have any an hand, so I went without it. Mental note to use it next time for sure, just to make it a little easier :)
I covered my cardstock in lilac paper and adhered the die cut with dimensional adhesive. And that is that :) It wasn't a complicated card, but many times, the simple cards are just as beautiful!
Neenah Solar White Cardstock
Spellbinders Nestabilities Majestic Elements Adorning Squares
Lilac Colored Cardstock
Koi Watercolor Pocket Field Sketch Box
White Embossing Powder
Thanks for spending part of the day with me!