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17 March, 2015

Watercolor Moon Lake

Hi everyone,

Thanks for stopping by and for all your wonderful comments. I'm honored to have you here and I truly appreciate each of you more than you know!

I've always loved to watercolor, and the Aqua Painters from Stampin' Up make it something that even a complete beginner can do. The gorgeous Moon Lake stamp set is perfect for painting and that's what I've done for the focal point of today's quick and easy card...


Card: Watercolor paper and Very Vanilla
Ink: Jet Black StazOn, Tempting Turquoise, Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz and Early Espresso (sentiment)
Stamp Set: Moon Lake
Tools: Aqua Painters, Labels Collection Framelits

Stamp the image with Jet Black StazOn onto Watercolor Paper and die cut with one of the Labels Collection Framelits dies.
Using the stamp pad lids as palettes for the ink (or reinker), paint the image with Aqua Painters, varying the amount of water used for the lighter areas. Allow to dry for a few minutes
While the image is drying, cut and fold your card base from Very Vanilla card. Stamp sentiment in Early Espresso ink on the bottom of the card
Pop image onto the card with Stampin' Dimensionals

The card really is quick to create. It took me just less than 10 minutes, although the wetter the image the longer it will take to dry

Challenges...

#61 Clean and Quick at CYCI
#40 AAG at Scribble and Scrap
#51 AAG at Crafting From The Heart

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I'll be back tomorrow with another creation, so I hope you'll join me then.

Hugs,
Em

8 comments:

  1. A lovely CAS card! Thanks for sharing with us at Scribble and Scrap xxx

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  2. Em, I love how you did this!! Watercoloring is my fav right now! Thanks for joining us at CYCI :) Eva

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  3. Love the subtle watercoloring and the simplicity of the clean background! Thanks for playing at CYCI :-)

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  4. Great job color! The simple, clean layout really lets the image be the focus. Thanks for playing along with us on the Can You Case It? Blog!

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  5. What a pretty watercolor scene, and I love the touch of die cutting it into a framed shape. Thanks for playing along with us at CYCI!

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  6. Beautiful CAS card! Love the image!

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  7. Em, what another lovely creation you have here. I must confess to not actually inking up this image from the set yet. Thanks for joining us again at Can You Case It? Carolyn xx

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I love to read your comments. Thanks for taking time to leave them!

Em xxx