Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Coffee & tea watercolor card with Brusho crystal colors.

For Watercolor Wednesday, I made a vibrant coffee and tea themed card with Brusho watercolor and stamping.

Sentiment:  Treat yourself.

To get this vibrant background look, stamp and/or heat emboss a background.  I used one large background stamp with clear watermark ink and then heat embossed in white.  A layer of water was sprayed over the stamped watercolor paper prior to adding the Brusho powder.  Water was sprayed again after the powder.  Everything was heat set and assembled. 

The full article and tutorial are up on the Unity blog.
I also made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.

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Here are more photos of this project.

Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. Hot Mess and Cuppa ComfortRanger watercolor paper, mini mister, plastic craft mat and archival ink; adhesive pearls, white embossing powder, VersaMark, My Creative Time dies, original Misti, EK powder tool, Colourcraft Brusho Crystal Colour powders in orange and brilliant red, Prismacolor color pencil PC930, heat tool and foam tape.

Be sure to visit the Unity blog for the entire article and tutorial.
Also, you can find my other watercolor features at Unity's Watercolor Wednesday.

Thanks so much.  Have a great day.

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