Just makes me want to skip down to my workshop and stamp away. I do have a view of the sky and treetops from my desk! (For those of you who know that my workshop is in my lower level!)
Today I want to share more of the cards we made using the watercolor pencils. I realize that we can not order them at this time, but, some of you have our old pencils. As soon as the rest of you can order them I will let you know.
We made this Valentine’s card, practicing using the watercolor pencil from dark to light depending on how hard or light you color the cardstock. On this particular card I used our heavy whisper white cardstock because of using the aqua painter to blend the watercolor pencil.
The above card is probably my favorite of the watercolor pencil grouping. Our lady image was embossed on watercolor paper. Used our watercolor pencils, both with a heavy hand and light hand to develop light and dark areas on the picture. Then used the aqua painter to blend them all together. I did use a light touch of the early expresso for her skin tone.