[VIDEO] Amazing water-colored flowers using stencils only

Hi crafty friends! Today I am sharing with you a fun technique video where you will learn how to create amazing water-colored flowers using only stencils and watercolor mediums. You can find the video here


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Watch my video tutorial below to learn how to create water-colored flowers using only stencils and watercolor markers. If you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment.  

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The key for this project is to have a floral stencil like the beautiful Peonies Stencil from the latest release. For this project you will also need watercolor paper, a low tack tape, brushes, paper towel, mixing palette, water-based mediums and water. You can use either your brush markers or your watercolor palette. Just use what you like more, but I will show you both options in my video tutorial.

For the entire coloring process with tips and tricks watch my video tutorial above and learn how to create amazing water-colored flowers like a pro, without stamping. For this watercoloring technique I have used Karin Markers and I am really impressed with them! But you can use any watercolor mediums you like!

When the coloring was done, I continued with fussycutting and die-cutting all the colored images. Then I picked a light turquoise cardstock in size 5.5 by 4.25”.

The following process was the ink blending. I have used Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink and blended the edges of the card front from outside to inside.

Next, I stamped the You Are Amazing and the Missing You So Much sentiments with watermark ink from the Everyday Greetings Stamp Set. Next, I heat embossed it with white fine embossing powder. When it was done, I splattered on it with white, and blue watercolors and let them air dry.

Because I wanted to break the background, I decided to create a white die-cut with the scalloped Frames Dies. I adhered the flowers to the frames with liquid adhesive, then I adhered the floral frame to the card with 3D foam squares.

In the end I embellished my cards with Clear sequins. If you feel like it, give it a try, it’s so relaxing  and I know the result will be amazing. Thank you so much for stopping by, see you next time. Hugs, Mona.


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