Trying out Watercolor Technique / Take 2


a new video from the watercolor technique mini-series! Today I tried some very simple coloring with my new watercolor markers, the Lyra Aqua Brush Duo.


These are such great markers with very pigmentated colors and I got the set of 24 colors for a very good price.

I’m working on the Canson Montval watercolor paper on which I stamped my flowers with Archival Ink, that is waterproof. This beautiful set that I am featuring today is from Altenew and is called Persian Motifs.

After coloring my images and trimming the paper like a million times, I finally decided which sentiment to use aswell as how to put together all the pieces I wanted to use. As a backing to my main panel I added some embossed vellum and also a strip of scalloped border paper.

Once again I used the Foam Tape Roll to add dimension. By the way, the great deal is still available on Amazon for this Foam Tape Roll. To embellish my card I added a bunch of sequins here and there.

I kinda see addiction around the corner 😀


I am entering this card in the Wednesday Challenge over at Simon Says Stamp blog where the theme for the week is


Here is a How-To video if you want to see all the steps I made for creating this card, and as always, the List of all the supplies is at the end of the post.

You can set the video quality to 360p or more by pressing the wheel icon from the video toolbar

Thank You all for dropping by!

List of Supplies: Canson Montval Watercolor Paper / Lyra AquaBrush Duo / Pentel Aqua Brush / Altenew Persian Motifs Stamp Set / Distress Marker Mustard Seed / Distress Marker Broken China / Versafine Onyx Black / Archival Jet Black Ink / Pretty Pink Posh Spring Sequins / Embossed Vellum / Clearly Besotted Fabulous Fuchsias Stamp Set / Scotch Foam Tape Roll


4 thoughts on “Trying out Watercolor Technique / Take 2

  1. jennshurkus says:

    beautiful card 🙂 love the soft colors! thank you for playing a long with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!


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