Friday, October 30, 2020

Watercoloring with Metal Dies

Hello friends!

If you are interested in watercoloring, today's post is for you. I am sharing my card with Festive Cluster. This die is rather elaborate and detailed.


I wanted to try watercoloering with it.

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 This card took me some time, but it was very therapeutic

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 To keep the colors in place (without water flowing over too much). You can dry-emboss the die over your card stock. I find that this really helps with the loose watercoloring.

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I am keeping this post short as I am recently swamped with many DT assignments. ...

 the joy of "creating"! Thanks for stopping by!  

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12 comments:

conil said...

Thank you. I got these dies because of you and now I know how to make them shine, thanks to you. Festive and lovely...that's what this card is.

Denise Bryant said...

Pretty effect! Thanks for sharing the tip about the dry embossing... I can see where that would be really helpful!

Unknown said...

beautiful

DorothyA said...

So pretty!

Linda BL said...

Very pretty! Love the bright colors on the lovely green background.

Dawn T said...

Totally amazing Virginia. I love this die cut and love the way you have used it here.

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Beautiful watercoloring, Virginia! Just love the crisp white diecut over top!!

MadeByMeghanK said...

The colors really pop from the white! Gorgeous die!

Sue D said...

Beautiful--I like the colors.

Ms. Tamp said...

Great combination. I like the color addition.

Maura said...

LOVE this, Virginia - the colors, design, love it ALL!!

Purple Princess said...

so very pretty