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I seldom play with watercolors, but I fell in love with the technique again. Ombre is a hot trend and water-coloring lends perfectly to it. I watercolored the blue background and stamped over it once the paper was dry. I used Liquid Pearls for an added pop to my wheat grass.Inside
I made the card for a special man in my life going through a challenge time. I just wanted to let him know I'm thinking of him and holding him close in love and prayer.Inspiration
One Stop Craft Card Challenge #224 ~ Pastels
JUGS Technique Challenge #184 ~ Ombre
Blue skies indicate spring showers and the image shows the new growth.
Flashback to my youth. I spent hours playing with wood pattern blocks.
Ins and Outs ~ Watercolor Wheat Ombre
Stamps: One of a Kind (Technique Tuesday); Sincere Sentiment (Stampendous)
Paper: Watercolor Paper
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa; Archival Black; Watercolor Pencil
Accessories: Cuttlebug Harlequin Die; Liquid Pearls (Copper, White, Baby Blue