Hello there! Erum here with a loose watercolor card featuring the dual tip pens by Altenew; Hawaiian Shores Brush and Fine Tip Pens.
- Stamp the image from Paint-A-Flower: Camellia Waterhouse on A2 Watercolor Cardstock in Embossing Ink.
- Cover with Pure White Embossing Powder and heat set.
- Use Hawaiian Shores Brush and Fine Tip Pens to color by applying a stroke of Ultraviolet Pen at the end of the petal.
- Next, activate the pigment with a wet paintbrush.
- Scribble a bit of pigment from the Crimson Pen onto a slick surface and add this to the colored petal with the help of a paintbrush for a two-toned effect.
- Color all the petals in the same manner.
- Similarly, apply strokes from Pure Graphite Pen along the veins and midrib of the leaves and also add some pigment to the middle portion. Leave the edges clear.
- Activate the pigment with water making sure to keep the leaves' edges light.
- Once done, add splatters of both Ultraviolet and Crimson on the flowers.
- Next, dry the image or set it aside to dry.
- On an A2 Watercolor Cardstock, apply water to the left and the top portion.
- Drop in a light concentration of Pure Graphite pigment and start building a light color wash. The top left portion will be darker as compared to the bottom right.
- Also, add a little bit of Ultraviolet and Crimson pigment to the background to balance the colors of the flowers.
- Once done, dry the panel.
- Next, add fine black paint splatters from the Essential Watercolor 12 Pan Set.
- Then, stamp the sentiment in Obsidian Ink.
- Adhere the image with Instant Dimension Foam Tape.
- Add splatters of Pure White Ink Spray.
- To finish, adhere a few sequins.
You can watch the Watercoloring with Brush and Fine Tip Pens video below or on YouTube.
I hope you liked the card. Thank you for stopping by!