Hey there, everyone! Lydia here. Today, I'll be sharing how you can create a dimensional watercolor scene using Mountain Die Set.
To start, I cut all of the dies from Mountain Die Set from Watercolor Cardstock. When this was done, I went ahead and quickly added color using Artist Watercolor 24 Pan Set. The watercoloring was really simple. First, I added water to the die-cut pieces. Then, I dropped in color and moved it around; there was no real thought, but I do like how it turned out.
For the sky, I used Galaxy Washi Tape, but you could definitely paint your own sky if you wished. I added the washi tape to a piece of white cardstock before die cutting it using the largest die from Halftone Circles Nesting Die Set. I used the same die to cut out the watercolored pieces and a panel of white cardstock.After that, I added the sky into place onto my card base using glue tape and then added the die-cut scene pieces on top using foam tape. I just love how the dimension brings the watercolor scene to life! The sentiment comes from Wanderlust Stamp Set.
To see how this card came together, please check out the video below. Or head over to YouTube:
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I must admit I had doubts about this when I started watching your video. However, the result is wonderful. Such a gorgeous card.
Such a unique card, Lydia. tfs-stay well.
Very pretty, love the dimensional technique for water color. TFS.
That is really cool!
Lovely card. It seemed it was pretty “fuss free”. Love that Galaxy Washi Tape. Think I may have to get me some. Thanks for all you do!
Cool card and technic.