I'm sharing an Anniversary card today that does a little more traditional watercolor along with some smoosh watercolor!! And of course in a nice CAS way!!
Perfect Partners - Wild Rose Briar in watermark ink and then heat embossing them with white embossing powder. Oh, and I did this on CC's watercolor card stock!
To color the flowers I started with Aqua Marker Blossom to give each flower a wash of color. I kept it a bit light with lots of water. I didn't worry about staying in the lines because I knew I would be cutting them out in the end. When it was almost dry I went in with Rose Pink, a little more intense (less water) and then after a little drying time I used Begonia with very little water. I set them aside to dry totally while I worked on the background.
I started with a wide strip of watercolor card stock and used the Black Aqua marker and squiggled it on a piece of acetate. With a water bottle, I spritzed a little water and them pressed it onto my watercolor card stock. I repeated this a few times allowing the previous press to dry a little. You don't want it too wet, but not dry either, but what is nice is there really is no wrong way to do this!! When I was happy with it I let it totally dry.
Anniversary Edge'able die to cut out my black watercolor piece. I trimmed a bit bellow it so I would have room to stamp Happy in black in. I added it to a white card base with double sided adhesive and lastly added the three flowers. Some of the petals went over the edge so I just trimmed off that overhang.
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Stamps: Crafter's Companion - Seena Douglass - Perfect Partners Wild Rose Briar
Die: Edge'able - Anniversary
Spectrum Noir Aqua Markers
Sequins: Neat & Tangled - Black