Stampin Up's Watercolor Paper (#122959) allows you to watercolor like a pro! It absorbs water to help keep the paper flat. The photo image is not the best, but if you look closely, you will see that, with my aqua painter, I colored the bicycle with Pool Party and Island Indigo. the tires were colored with Basic Gray. With my Lucky Limeade, I was able to paint in the grass area. and tried to create some depth and shadow.
The new catalog is also filled lots of beautiful and fun new Designer Series Paper, but I still have lots of the DSP from the 2011-2012 catalog handy that I don't want to go to waste. So I used various pieces of my Paisley Petals DSP (retired) to add some more color and embellishment. Stay tuned for more card projects and don't forget to take a look at the new catalog through the link on the right side of my blog!
Paper: Marina Mist CS; Paisley Petals DSP (retired); watercolor paper
Stamps: Summer Afternoon (hostess set)
Tools: 1 3/4" circle punch; 1 1/4" circle punch; scallop trim punch; Aqua painter
Ink: StazOn; Pool Party; Lucky Limeade; Island Indigo; Basic Gray; Calypso Corral
Accessories: Designer Buttons - regals collection
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