Hello! Today I’m sharing a simple trick you can do with Stampin’ Up! Watercolor Pencils and an adorable card CASEing Louise Sharp from the Global Design Project. When CASEing a card, we may choose to follow it closely or loosely, but the inspiration should be evident. Here’s the card we’re CASEing by Louise Sharp:
When I made my card, I tried super hard to keep it totally adorable, which is Louise’s style [i.e. everything she makes] and I really liked the layout, so that was my inspiration. The tag on the CASE card immediately reminding me of the That’s the Tag Bundle, but I wanted to incorporate watercolor into my card too. Here’s how I did it:
First, I made a stencil using one of the Thinlits—I chose the flower to keep on the challenge theme. Next, I used washi tape to hold the stencil over Watercolor Paper and traced the image using Watercolor Pencils. Finally, I spread the color within their lines using an Aqua Painter. When the painting dried, I added a little more color wherever I needed to and repeated the process. Overall, this was a quick an easy card to make.
I used Crumb Cake Cardstock to make a 4-bar card base (3.5″ x 5″), layered with Pool Party Cardstock and a smaller piece of A Little Foxy Designer Series Paper Stack. The sentiment was stamped directly onto some ribbon with StāzOn Ink. StāzOn is permanent ink that work well on lots of surfaces including this satin ribbon. Linen Thread finishes the tag.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed the card today and hopefully you’re thinking about the craft dies in your stash. Are there any you’re going to try using as a stencil? That would make my day.
Don’t forget to join us at Global Design Project this week and share your project based on Louise’s card.