More of Daisy Delight 

I’m so happy when I look at this card! Daisies are a flower which always brings a smile to me and Daisy Delight has brought many smiles to my studio/craft room! This card utilizes both watercolour pencils and white craft ink on top of the cheerful new in colour: Berry Blast and as it has made me happy I hope it shares happiness with you too!

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Another Colour Scheme with Beautiful You 

Ok this one may look a bit familiar but it is slightly different from the one I created last month. I changed the colours and to “watercolour” my lady from Beautiful You I used the watercolour pencils, instead of ink, with the blender pens. I didn’t have the same palette available to me with the watercolour pencils so I changed it up. This one to me is a lot warmer. The colours are Real Red, Calypso Coral, Watermelon Wonder, Early Expresso, Crumb Cake, So Saffron, Pool Party and Blushing Bride. Have fun with your inks and try different colour schemes with your cards. It’s a lot of fun! 

Dragonfly Dreams plus a whole lot more

I visited Dragonfly Dreams again and added a whole lot more. I used the watercolour pencils, plus lots of Sale-a-bration stuff: inside the lines DSP, Metallic Ribbon Combo pack in silver and the sentiment is from Avant Garden. There’s a really nice selection in Sale-a-bration this year!!! The possibilities are endless!!!

Swan Lake card

Ok it’s past 12pm PST on Monday I do believe it’s time to let the sneak peeks begin!!! Welcome to the 2017 Occasions catalog!!!!! This is done with the Swan Lake stamp set on watercolour paper and coloured with the new watercolour pencils and then painted well I used a watercolour brush but you would probably use the aqua painter. It’s all painted on watercolour paper and just so you know if you use watercolour paper yes you can colour more on the wet paper but that probably doesn’t include other types of paper. Yes there is probably no such thing as a pink swan but I’m a contemporary impressionist and in my world there doesn’t have to be such a thing. Card stock is Melon Mambo, Sweet Sugarplum, Rich Razzleberry, Bermuda Bay and for the card base enough Whisper White thick to make a 5″ x 7″ card base. Ink is Basic Black Archival and Rich Razzleberry. The ovals are cut with the retired Ovals Framelits. So glad I got the watercolour pencils as they’re so much fun and perfect for this stamp set.