Monday, February 1, 2016

Love Your Face Watercolor Card - Blogging Friends Blog Hop February 2016

Welcome back to another Blogging Friends Blog Hop!

I want to welcome all of you new visitors to my blog!  Thanks for following along our Hop!  Be sure to Subscribe on the right hand side of my blog so you don't miss out on our Blog Hop next month!  We are a group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators and we will be bringing you fun paper crafting ideas using Stampin' Up! products on the 1st of every month.  I hope you have been enjoying the Hop so far.  So many fun ideas from so many talented crafters!!!  

You should have arrived here from Mary's Blog.  
I always love her projects!


This month, our theme is Love and Valentine's Day! 
I just knew I wanted to break out my Countless Sayings Stamp Set!





This Love stamp was just screaming to be watercolored!  I stamped it on watercolor paper in versamark ink and heat embossed it with clear embossing powder.  I taped it down to a piece of chipboard with washi tape to try to prevent the paper from warping.


I used my aqua painter brush pen and three ink pads, Rich Razzleberry, Wisteria Wonder and Perfect Plum.  I did one with a loose wash of colors and the other I really saturated, added water droplets and even did some "smooshing" with ink on a window sheet directly onto the watercolor paper.


Once the watercolor dried, I added some Wink of Stella Clear Glitter to the word Love.  It doesn't come across fully in the photos, but it is so lovely in person!





I stamped "your face" in Basic Black ink and I added a few sequins with the fine tip glue pen.  I layered the watercolor paper onto Wisteria Wonder and layered that onto a Rich Razzleberry card base using Snail adhesive.


I love how they both turned out, but I think the lighter one is my favorite - and it was the quicker & easier one to make!

If you are interested in any of the products I used to create these cards I will have all of my supplies listed at the very end of this post with links to my online store.

Next up on the Blog Hop is Deborah!

Check out all of the Inspiration on the 
Blogging Friends Blog Hop!
Danica Ferrante --- You are Here :)
Jodi Horsley


Product List
Heat Tool
$30.00
Aqua Painters
$17.00

16 comments:

  1. Such pretty cards! I love that you went with purples instead of pinks for V-day. I haven't played around with watercolor paper much lately and this is totally making me want to dig it out. LOVE LOVE them both....great job! Oh and I am sure the wink of stella really stands out and makes the card pop in person!

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  2. Fun Technique and great colors!LOVE HOW EACH TRY IS A LITTLE UNIQUE.

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  3. Love how your card turned out! Thanks for the inspiration to just 'play' and create!

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  4. I love this photopolymer set. Very creative and I can't wait to try myself. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. I love this stamp set and wished they would have put it in the catalog because I forget to look online for it.

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  6. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous Danica! I especially admire these because I'm too scared to watercolor! Maybe I need a lesson from you!! Great job. Crystal

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  7. Oooh - I just love emboss resist watercolouring!! And the colours you chose, Danica - my favourite! :) Thanks for sharing your fabulous cards. ~Deborah

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  8. I love the large image with the glitz you added! Very nice! - Mary Ann

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  9. Such cool cards Danica! Love them both!

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  10. OH MY! These are so pretty. I'm partial to purple. Happy to be hopping with you!

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  11. Beautiful cards Danica! I love this technique - it always looks so pretty! Happy Blog Hop Day - so happy to be joining the fun!

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  12. What a great technique. I love your use of the Wink of Stella to give it that extra touch.

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  13. LOVE YOUR CARDS!! Absolutely Gorgeous!!

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  14. Another beautiful card! You always amaze me!

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