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All that a watercolored card needs is a simple touch such as raised die cuts. Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2016/01/raised-die-cuts/

I love watercolors at any time but with the upcoming Watercolor For Card Makers Intermediate Techniques class starting on Monday you will be seeing lots of watercolor cards around here! Adding simple touches, such as these raised die cuts, is all that a watercolored card needs in my opinion.

All that a watercolored card needs is a simple touch such as raised die cuts. Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2016/01/raised-die-cuts/

One of my favorite watercolor techniques is a light an airy watercolor wash. Well if you can call lightly brushing watercolor on to card an actual technique – it’s so easy! For my card today I used Winsor & Newton professional watercolor tubes mixing Opera Rose and Cadmium Yellow Pale to give a light peachy color. I added a couple of light washes on watercolor card, letting the paint dry in between each wash and then added some splatters of the paints and Heidi Swapp color shine in gold.

All that a watercolored card needs is a simple touch such as raised die cuts. Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2016/01/raised-die-cuts/

Once dry I cut the piece with a Stitched Rectangle and then also with the Stitched Heart Collage die. I added a couple of strips of glitter card and mounted the panel on a card base made from more of the watercolor card. I pieced the hearts back in to place with foam adhesive to make sure they stood out enough from the background. I then layered the love die cut from more gold glitter card and also heat embossed the ‘always’ from Big U Words on black card with white embossing powder. Finally I added a few sequins and pearls to finish :D

SUPPLIES

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