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« A Lovely Hello! | Main | Simon Says Stamp September Card Kit! »

08/12/2015

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Taunya Butler

These cards - each one of them made me gasp in awe and delight and then I swooned as I took a closer look at each one and the beautiful details and the coloring and just so AMAZING!!!

Jamie Vanskiver

Oh these cards are gorgeous!!!

Princess Judy

This technique/trend really brings watercolors to life. You've done them proud here. I love the strawberries bestest of all! So yummy I could take a bite.

Kim Heggins

Just so beautiful...love your amazing water coloring skills!

Troy Louise

Very nice! I love all of them. I like the white embossing with the watercolors. Also, agree with you about the Tim Holtz wc paper - very nice to work with. Thanks, have fun at visiting the new baby.

Natalie H

This trend has become one of my all time favs!! LOVE your coloring on these, Wanda!! LOVE the sunflowers especially! Wow, so pretty!!!! Oh the lemon too, and the strawberries (so cute!) Goodness I love all the inspiration & creativity here!! I'm teaching a class on this very technique in Sept. at our lss. Yay!! Have a great week!!

Teresa

Beautiful cards Wanda!

Julie

Beautiful cards. I use several types of watercolor, from the original tubes to distress pads and markers, from watercolor pencils to Japanese watercolor markers. I've tried white embossing, memento Black, and the "no line " technique. Love them all. I have some alcohol markers but find them difficult to blend.
Thanks for the inspiration!

Paulette S.

Hi Wanda! These cards are stunning!! I have long loved water color, first in prints when I worked in a Frame Factory office and had some framed by my home. Then we when we all got computers and I made greeting cards with the Hallmark programs. This kind of water color was so easy and mindless for Me, which made it a very enjoyable to just play and or escape into something that made my heart sing without thinking. The Zigs look like so much fun, but I will keep using my Crayola Washable markers, even though the Tim Holtz markers are screaming my name...because I just plunked out $260 on Copic Various ink refills and a few new markers and colors, because they are my next favorite way to color!! OMgosh, I can't believe I spent that much!! LOL Most of it was birthday money, that makes it okay, right?! Have a GREAT Day, Wanda!

Holly Saveur

GORGEOUS!!
loved how you used the gingham paper as background..and love all the images and how you colored them...this is my favorite thing to do ..love white embossing and water coloring...sadly don't have the time to do so at the garden needs much work at the moment..but made a few weeks ago a few cards that way...I love that the embossing makes the watercolor easier to handle..to stay inside the lines...
Have a great day my friend!
Hugs Holly.

Susi Kelly

Wanda, all your cards are just lovely! The colouring is amazing and make me want to give those Zig Markers a try (if only my cards turn out as beautiful as yours LOL).

Celeste Goff

These cards are so super cute Wanda!

Patti Willey

Oh my Gosh! What coloring fun you had! Don't you love this loose watercolor? Now I have a soft spot for green, so this Lemon speaks to me but they're all wonderful!

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