TGIF everyone! Today I have a pretty watercolor technique for you that’s SUPER easy – I’ve showed it before in a limited way, just down the side of a card HERE ….but I’ve wanted to do a whole page of it. Soo with the new release from Colorado Craft Company – it’s time!
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I used a 9×12 sheet of Arches Cold Press paper, embossed the flowers, then went to town with my paints! Watch:
For my finished projects – cards and bookmarks! Each was layered on cream cardstock then on a really heavyweight yellow – I wish I could remember where I got it, I need more 🙁
My little aha moment was when stamping in Versafine – the ink looked thin/greyish when stamped on the underlying embossing. But adding some black embossing powder and heating that up fixed it right up!
My Bible Journaling Books
I’m not sure what’s going on with my books – for now we might be reaching the bottom of the barrel for books. I bought a few cases when the books first came out, and have been signing them and selling them wholesale to Ellen Hutson so they’re available for folks to buy. I don’t have a ton left – so get them while they’re here! If they sell out before you get there be sure to click “notify me” and they’ll let me know how many more are requested; I only have half a case of each book. Hopefully one day the publisher will finally answer my emails and I’ll find out if I ever will get royalties or have options to buy books wholesale!
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- Fear Not Rose, Colorado Craft Company Clear Stamps
- Cold Press Watercolor Paper Pad 9×12, Canson Arches French Bound
- Paints, Daniel Smith:
- VersaFine Ink Pad, Onyx Black
- Bible Journaling Made Simple: An Art-Filled Journey for Creative Worship by Sandy Allnock
- Bible Journaling Made Simple Creative Workbook: A Guided Journal For Art And Writing by Sandy Allnock