Simple Watercolor Flower Card on Colored Cardstock

by Aga

Hello, everyone! It’s Aga here, and I would like to share with you a simple watercolor flower card.

I love watercoloring and watercolor techniques as they are not as fussy and precise as other coloring mediums. This time, instead of using watercolor paper, I tried using colored cardstock. It’s a great way to stretch your supplies and an easy way to create unique designs!

How to create a watercolor flower card on colored cardstock

I started by cutting my light blue cardstock to create a card base. It’s important that the cardstock for painting is thick and smooth, so I used a 220lb cardstock here.

Next, I stamped my floral design using an outline stamp from Craft Your Life Project Kit: Always Sunshine and Permanent Black Crisp Dye Ink.

watercolor flower card on colored cardstock

To color the stamped images, I used Artists' Watercolor 24 Pan Set. It contains beautiful, rich pigments, from pastels to bold and vibrant shades. Once my paint was set and dry, I added some white splatters for more interest.

To finish the watercolor flower card off, I paired two sentiments together from the stamp set for a supportive message.

watercolor flower card on colored cardstock

Were you inspired to try this card making idea? Comment below and let me know if you've already tried this before. Thank you for stopping by today!

~SUPPLY LIST~
046f0893 3244 4264 8b47 60303609f961

You may also like

3 comments

barbaraglorioso13 August 6, 2022 - 13:13

Absolutely love the Bold and Beautiful release!

Reply
Maureen R August 6, 2022 - 15:38

Really Beautiful!!!!

Reply
Freida Kirkland August 7, 2022 - 15:24

Definitely something to revisit! Beautiful card! 😊 Even tho I have a LOT to learn, I have found watercoloring very forgiving and it feels very natural. I don’t believe I’ve tried using heavy colored cardstock tho! Great idea! 😊👍

Reply

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.