I followed the great tutorial for the Spring card, and it went together so easily! The hardest part was trying to figure out which paper to use, LOL!
I coloured the flowers with markers, mixing the red and brown, and stamped on to watercolour paper. Then I went back with my aquapainter and added a bit of water to the petals to blend the colours together a bit. Is this called watercolouring with markers? I used the white gel pen to add some highlights, and went over them several times once each layer dried to get some dimension.
Cool set Birthday Centers by Cornish Heritage Farms, www.cornishheritagefarms.com
Date: Friday, July 11, 2008 GMT Views: 494
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Sun, Jul 13, 2008 @ 9:00 AM
Very cute - must try this fold sometime when I get my stuff unpacked after a summer move... Your username caught my eye - DD spent a year attending the U of Otago in Dunedin... She absolutely LOVED NZ...
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