Watercolored Thank You

Hi there crafty peeps!  I am back today to share a fairly simple watercolor thank you card I created using a stamp set from Altenew and some natural twine from the Really Reasonable Ribbon Store.  Just a reminder, there is a three day sale going on right now so head on over to get some great deals on  beautiful ribbon and other great card making products.

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I stamped several of the Magnolia images in Versamark ink onto Tim Holtz Watercolor cardstock and then embossed them with White fine detail embossing powder.  I then water colored them in with my Spectrum Aqua markers and Gansai Tambi watercolors.  The sentiment is from another Altenew stamp set which I stamped in Versafine ink onto white cardstock and then fussy cut it out.  I wrapped Ivory Burlap String around the watercolor panel and placed the sentiment over it with foam tape.  I also created a bow with the same string.  I then adhered the entire panel down to patterned paper mounted to a white A2 top folding card base.  I hope you enjoy this simple but pretty card.  Have a wonderful day!




1 comment:

Margie Malone said...

I wish you could teach me watercolor. I love purple too so this is beautiful. I know it's not on the list for RRR, but I love it anyway.