Watercolor Technique Sentiments (Video)

Today I’m bringing you a Watercolor Technique Sentiments video tutorial. Now I have done this before, some time ago and thought I’d do another using current colours and give you a couple of extra tips to save product when making your projects

Watercolor Technique Sentiments

Watercolor Technique Sentiments

So, I demonstrate with the large floral stamp from Birthday Blooms, however you could use any stamp which suits the occasion. The sentiments in this stamp set also suit a number of occasions. It’s a good set to have on hand. There is a single flower in the set too and I used it with Powder Pink to stamp on the inside of the card and the outside of the envelope. I did the same for both cards with the second card being stamped in Berry Burst. You can purchase these products in my Online Store.

Watercolor Technique Sentiments 1

You need some Watercolor Paper , Aqua Painter, White Emboss Powder and Versamark ink to complete the technique. This is just one way to do it and I’m sure you’ll work out a best way for you. Watch the video to see how I do this technique.

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.Here’s a closer look at the flower before I made the piece of Watercolor Paper into a card.

Watercolor Technique Sentiments 2

Watercolor Technique Sentiments Measurements

  • Card base – 14.8cm x 21cm scored and folded at 10.5cm or 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored and folded at 4 1/4″ (landscape)
  • Layer 1 – (Basic Black) – 9.8cm x 14.1cm or 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″
  • Layer 2 – (Watercolor Paper) – 13.8cm x 9.5cm or 5″ x 3 3/4″
  • Ribbon – 18cm or 7″ plus enough to tie a bow

Here’s a closer look at the Berry Burst flower demonstrated in the video:

Watercolor Technique Sentiments 3

Just remember when the ink dries on the Watercolor Paper it will be about 2 shades darker than when it’s wet. Keep that in mind when adding colour as something which looks quite dark may in fact dry quite pale. Add more definition by continually coming back and adding colour and blending with water to get the shades you’re after. Here’s the completed Berry Burst card:

Watercolor Technique Sentiments 4

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