Watercolor Wash

What is watercolor wash? It is a technique that involves a water brush, watercolor paper and an ink pad. First I use the water brush to get the paper very wet. Next I mix ink with some water from my brush. I move the brush side to side to cover the paper. For a lighter color use more water. To make your color darker, use less water.

I did a watercolor wash with Tempting Turquoise and Bermuda Bay. With Bermuda Bay I drew small lines. I stamped the flowers with Blueberry Bushel and drew the inside lines with Night of Navy Stampin' Write Marker. I dry embossed the background with Ornate Floral embossing folder. I stamped the sentiment then used Tasteful Dies for it. I added Holiday Catalog navy rhinestones to the card.

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