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Easy Floral Watercolor Card

 Hello my fellow Butterfly Reflections Ink Craftinians! That's a mouthful isn't it,lol. Kelly Fusco here for my very 1st blog post & I couldn't be more excited. 

For my card today Im using Concord & 9th Heartfelt Blossoms stamp set. Boy this is a beauty. I'm a floral stamp lover and this baby creates a perfect, easy to color floral frame.  



To start off I stamped this large image onto Arches Cold Press Watercolor cardstock with Versafine Onyx & added Hero Arts clear Embossing powder on top (heat of course until melted)
Then I chose my favorite Tombow markers (837,026,603,098 & 403 for the soft blue) I didn't go straight to paper. I scribbled my markers onto my glass surface and picked it up with a Ranger waterbrush and simply added the color to my images. Once done I used some prismacolor pencils for a bit of dimension & depth. 

Once that was done I added some black splatter (black acrylic paint)  with a bit of water to make it splatterable (is that a word?)🤔
While that was drying I die cut the Sentiment from thick black cardstock 3x and the top layer from glossy black cardstock. Glued them together on top of a white shadow layer. I used a Wink of stella shimmer pen & a White Gelly Roll pen for a bit of highlights and to brighten up the floral centers. At the very end I decided to use my black Glaze pen for the black frame. It created shine & dimension to the frame. 
I used Waffle Flower deckle edge frames to die cut my panel, edged the edges with a black copic marker and mounted it onto a gray cardbase.  

I hope you like it & give watercolor markers a try. You don't need to be a pro to make a pretty card. This stamp set makes it so easy!
If you have any questions please let me know &
Thanks so much for stopping by! Stay safe & stay crafty!


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