Emboss resist with Brusho watercolor + Copic markers

  Hello.  Today, on the Unity blog, I am sharing a watercolor birthday card using emboss resist with Brusho watercolor plus added Copic coloring.

Sentiment:  Hip Hip Hooray

I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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This is a vibrant celebration card, perfect for birthdays and more.  The emboss resist with Brusho watercolor really pops.

Helpful tips:
These are helpful tips for making this card using emboss resist with Brusho watercolor powders.  To begin, stamp and heat emboss the background in white onto watercolor paper.  Next, die-cut or trim panels for the sentiment and the girl.  Also, stamp the girl and the sentiment with waterproof ink.  Then, color in the girl.  I used Copic markers.  Next, onto a waterproof craft mat, spritz the embossed background panel with water.  Then, carefully sprinkle the watercolor powder over the water until you get the desired color saturation.  Be sure to protect all surfaces, hands and craft areas from getting stained.  Next, blot any puddles and then heat set or leave out to dry overnight.  Finally,  trim and add all layers onto the card base, to finish.

Here is another look.


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Also, double-sided foam tape, Neenah solar white 80 lb card stock, My Favorite Things extreme black ink cube and stitched circle shaker window die-namics; Wow embossing ink pad, heat tool, Misti, Ranger watercolor paper and plastic craft sheet; Fiskars paper trimmers, Anna Griffin Empress die-cutting machine, Copic markers E57, E23, E31, E02, E00, E11, BG18, BG32, BG10.

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