Saturday, August 10, 2013

Dynamic Duos #65 - Watercolor Sympathy Card

This week's colors at Dynamic Duos #65 are very soft and pretty.  I knew they would be perfect for a watercolor technique that I used a few weeks ago.  This technique is so easy and fun, that I wanted to use it again.

First things first, though.  Take a look at our challenge colors.




I had never thought to put these colors together.  But aren't they perfect?


I chose to make a sympathy card.  I thought the softness of the colors and the watercolor technique were a soothing combination for this type of card.

To create this card I used white watercolor paper.  It will absorb and disperse the water and ink  That will result in the blurred and uneven images you see on my card.  I sprayed the water color paper first, then sprayed the stamp after inking it.  After all the leaves and flowers were stamped, I gave the panel a spritz of pearl glimmer mist.
The sentiment was stamped after the panel had dried completely.



Ok.  Now it's time to click over to Dynamic Duos blog and see what the my team mates have created for your inspiration!
Thanks for stopping by!









Supply list ~
Card stock: pistachio pudding, blushing bride (SU), white water color paper (Canson)
Ink: pistachio pudding, blushing bride (SU), onyx black versafine (Tsukineko)
Stamps: rosie posie, turning a new leaf (PTI), words of comfort (CTMH)
Other: pearl tattered angels glimmer mist

6 comments:

  1. I love how you have used this technique!! Perfect sympathy card!

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  2. Wow! Super great technique with great effect! I must give it a try! Such a lovely card with colors and flowers!

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  3. I love the soft pastel look you achieved with your technique! This is a beautiful sympathy card, sure to bring a smile to the recipient's face!

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  4. This is so absolutely perfect. It's so soft and elegant... so soothing. Your watercolouring is amazing, and the glimmer mist is a fab touch. I'm in love with this card, Susie :)

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  5. Such a perfect sympathy card....they are always so hard to make but yours is lovely! I really like the stamping effect that you used. :)

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