Watercoloring with Cheap Watercolor paints

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Today I’m doing some watercoloring, and I’m using this inexpensive watercolor set to color in my images and create my background.  The stamp set I’m using is Wplus9, Going Places.  Super cute stamp set.  you can either tuck in the critter in the hot air ballon or you can have them hanging, like I did on this card.  I wanted to share that you don’t necessarily need to spend a lot of money, in order to watercolor.  You can start out with a set like this and see if you like it.  Then you can decide if you want to spend a little more.  I created a background doing some embossing, which will resist the watercolors.  I’ve embossed some clouds with white embossing powder and added just 2 shades of Blues, just dabbing the watercolor to the paper.  I didn’t want to make the colors even, since were creating the sky portion.  I stamped the hot air balloon and the rabbit on a separate sheet of watercolor card stock and watercolored them as well.  I fussy cut them out so that I can pop them up on to our background.  I made a pretty ample card today.  I hope you like this card and I thank you so much for stopping by.  I still have the GIVEAWAY going on until tomorrow, Thursday at Midnight so go head over to my Youtube.  Subscribe and comment of your chance to win some prizes.   I appreciate you guys so much, thanks again!

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Simple Watercoloring Using Peerless Watercolors Tupelo Designs LLC

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Today I’m making a card for Tupelo Designs LLC and I’ll be doing some simple watercoloring using the Peerless Watercolors.  The stamp set that I used are these Stampendous Jumbo Hummingbird stamp set.  I personally love their Jumbo stamp line because they are so fun to color.  They are very large so you can experiment with all types of mediums, and have fun.  Today I decided to emboss these birds using the Wow white pearl powder, which will give us this soft watercolor look.  I used the Peerless watercolors today, and if you haven’t tried these watercolors, I recommend them very much.  They come in paper form and it has a highly pigmented colors on them so they are very easy to work with.  This is one of my favorite watercolor set.  The colors are so rich and vibrant, they are absolutely gorgeous.  If you have a hard time staying in the lines when you watercolor, try embossing the stamp first.  This will make the embossed lines raise up, which will help you stay in the lines.  I just love how these birds turned out, and I love the colorful look, these birds have.  I hope you enjoyed this card and please check out the video for step by step instructions.  I thank you guys so much for stopping by and all the supplies I used will be located below if you want to check that out.  Please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas.  Thanks again.

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