Sunday, August 19, 2018

Another fast watercolor card

Hi there and happy Sunday to you!
Just popping in with a another card I
made using the fast watercolor technique
I am really loving how this technique looks, and will
probably be making more cards. Be warned. LOL!
Anyway, here's my card:

couldn't resist a bit of snark on the inside:

just about dry:

The sentiment was stamped, then I doodled around the edge. Once I fussy
cut everything, the sunflowers were adhered with foam squares, and the leaves
directly to the card base.

Such an easy method, the only thing hard about it is waiting for
the ink to dry! LOL!
Thanks for visiting, and I hope you have a wonderful day!

I'd like to enter this at:

Stamps: Dare2BArtzy/Totally Tracy - find your purpose; Spellbinders/Richard Garay - just because; Inkadinkado - humorous birthday
Ink: Versamark; Memento - rich cocoa; Ranger DI - mustard seed, wild honey, gathered twigs, evergreen bough, twisted citron, vintage photo
CS: Strathmore watercolor paper; Thunderbolt
Accessories: Inkadinkado - black EP; heat gun; water mister; MISTI; Faber Castell - medium black Artist PITT pen
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & thin 3D foam squares


  1. Gorgeous sunflower card Chris! What a fun way to watercolour ... no stress ... just fun! Love the results. The fussy-cut flowers looks awesome popped up on your kraft coloured card base. Your doddled borders add to the fun. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour!

  2. Your sunflowers are so bright and pretty, Chris! Love, love, love those doodles! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Watercolour!

  3. Looks brilliant! I'm off to watch the video - looks like something to try, Jo x

  4. Wow, this is gorgeous, Chris! I love those bright, happy sunflowers. Thanks so much for playing along at Seize the Birthday!

  5. I love this! So vibrant and pretty! I love the kraft base card and the frame is the perfect touch! So happy you joined us at the CAS Watercolour Challenge!

  6. I love your bold and vibrant sunflowers, Chris and that is such a great colouring technique.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Happy Little Stampers.
    Carol x


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