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Brushless watercolour technique using Stampin' Up! Peaceful Petals

Hello lovely people. Today's card share is a super simple technique that produces lovely watercolour look results.

Brushless Watercolour Technique using Stampin' Up! Peaceful Petals by Claire Daly Stampin' Up! Demonstrator melbourne Australia at www.clairedaly.typepad.com

To achieve this look I embossed the image from Stampin' Up! Peaceful Petals in gold embossing powder onto watercolour paper (it's important to use watercolour paper for this technique). Then I gave the image 3 quick sprays from a mister bottle held about 30cm away (make sure you place some scrap paper underneath!). Then I randomly dropped drops of Strawberry Slush and Rich Razzleberry re-inker which disperse on hitting the wet paper. I then let it dry (you can hurry it along with a heat tool and even a paper towel to sponge up some of the extra water.

Brushless Watercolour Technique using Stampin' Up! Peaceful Petals by Claire Daly Stampin' Up! Demonstrator melbourne Australia at www.clairedaly.typepad.com

My base card is Strawberry Slush and I stamped the same image onto the card in Strawberry Slush ink. My greeting also from Peaceful Petals) is gold embossed onto Very Vanilla cardstock.

I hope you have fun trying out this technique. If you would like to recreate this card, you can purchase these products in my online Stampin' Up! store. All the product links are below.

See you back here tomorrow with another share.

Claire

 

 

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