Watercolor Color Wheel Card Using a Stencil
When I opened the box for this month’s kit and saw all of the organizational products, my eyebrow kind of quirked up because I wasn’t exactly sure what I could make using these products. I mean I instantly thought of a color wheel when I saw this stencil but what kind of color wheel was the question…WATERCOLOR! Of course!
On watercolor paper, I used a Distress Embossing Pen to create the lines around the edge of the stencil. Then, I sprinkled black embossing powder over the embossed image. Don’t be scared of black embossing powder. It is the same as any other embossing powder. Be sure to use your anti-static powder tool and it’ll be just fine.
After I heat set the embossing powder, I applied clean clear water into three sections at a time of the image. Then, I dropped watercolor from my Altenew Watercolor Palette into each section. I didn’t do it perfectly. I left unpainted areas. I let to color bloom in places. I allowed it to run outside of the lines. In other words, it was purposely messy.
One of my all-time favorite sentiment sets from The Hedgehog Hollow is the large scripty set designed by Jess Francisco. I picked the ‘inspire’ sentiment for this card.
First, I stamped it in bright purple ink using my MISTI. Then, I stamped the image in the exact same spot with Versamark ink. Next, I covered the sentiment in clear embossing powder.
There’s no coordinating die so I made my own using my Silhouette Cameo and the PixScan Mat.
I hope you enjoyed today’s card! Don’t forget to head over to the shop and get your kit today!
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