AAA Card Challenge #84: Watercolour

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Hi Crafters,
today I am taking part in the AAA Cards Watercolour challenge and I'm super excited by how this card turned out. I used distress inks in Squeezed Lemonade, Peacock Feathers and Picked Raspberry to create this card and make a watercolour background. I layered a card panel over top with the word Hugs from My Favorite Things and stamped the sentiment from the Kind Things stamp underneath. I embellished with pink and aquamarine sequins as well as Nuvo Jewel Drops in Limoncello, Sea Breeze and Rose Water.






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9 comments

  1. gorgeous Justine, love the mix of the colours with the strong bold black x

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  2. Wow!! Gorgeous card :) love it. Thanks for your video tutorials.
    Cheers
    preety

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  3. Beautiful delicate and subtle watercolouring, love how it contrasts so well with the plain black greeting.

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  4. Gorgeous, dreamy, pretty and delicate tones here Justine. Superb video too.

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous! I struggle with watercolour but your video has inspired me to give it another shot :) Love this card!

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  6. Wonderful use of color! Screaming spring!!!

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  7. Absolutely fabulous! I love the colours in the background and come through the die cut so well.

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  8. I love the soft rainbow colours here but what is extra awesome is how the watercolour 'blooms' show through to really give the card some texture. Jenny x

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  9. I just love the soft pastel colours in your die cut, its really gorgeous!

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