So, in light of that, I thought I would share another card inspired by the class.
Creating the background for this card really helped me discover how distress inks and watercolor paper work. The end piece came out nothing like I envisioned when I started, but that is the beauty of watercolor.
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If you don't have distress inks, you can try this with any water soluble ink, such as Stampin' UP! Check out yesterday's post to see the watercolor tag I made using SU inks.
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Stamps: Alpine Christmas (Waltzing Mouse Stamps)
Ink: Chipped Saphire, Iced Spruce, Stormy Sky, Salty Ocean, Tumbled Glass, Weathered Wood (Distress Inks-Ranger); Versamark (SU)
Paper: Distress Watercolor Paper, Whisper White
Accessories: Frosted Sequins Embellishments, Basic Rhinestones, White Embossing Powder (Stampin' UP!)
|Frosted Sequins Embellishments|