Flourishes Friday Focus - Watercolor

Happy Friday everyone~
It is time for Flourishes Friday!

Today the Flourishes Senior Team is going to do something a little different! We're going to spend this Friday on a Technique Focus we think you'll enjoy. It's one that's very "hot" in the cardmaking industry right now, "watercolor".
You'll see many examples of some great watercoloring techniques along the way with the Design Team.

We're also going to focus on a product we have in store that's great for watercoloring, AND it's in our OVERSTOCK Sale too! It's our Letraset Aqua Markers, which are perfect for watercoloring, and on sale - who can beat that!
Here's the details about the sale: If you click HERE, you can take a trip to our SALE page you'll find hundreds of items with prices that will be slashed at the time of check out! Just add the coupon code OVERSTOCK25 and 25% will be deducted from your total. This coupon code will ONLY work on SALE PAGE items. We have inks, paper, embellishments, ribbons and even overstocked stamp sets. On those items with sale prices, you will be able to take an ADDITIONAL 25% off! It's the deal of the season! So click HERE to shop early for the best selection!

As well we wanted to remind you that today is our last day to purchase the August New Release Bundle at a discount. Here's a reminder of how beautiful the August sets are:



Here is my watercoloring card :)

I used Anemones set for my card. Sam's artwork is so perfect for water coloring! I used Ranger Distress ink and an aqua painter watercolor brush for coloring. This method is great because I can control the amount of water and add or take off the colors until I satisfied with it. I stamped the parts of flower image on the edge of watercolor paper to create the frame design. I used only ink pad to color...just dab the brush on the corner of the pad ;) This method is great if you have a only small amount to color but you color a large image, I recommend to use reinker. I've been coloring with Copic markers for a long time and I was a little nervous with watercoloring at first. I am just glad it all looks good in the end, lol. 

Watercolor paper, Color Made Easy cardstock - Tiger Lily, Evergreen
VersaFine - Onyx Black, Distress Ink - Dried Marigold, Spiced Marmalade, Rusty Hinge, Shabby Shutters, Crushed Olive, Walnut Stain, Antique Linen
lace trim, enamel dots
decorative edger, blending tool

So you can head on over to the Design Team and see their Focus on Watercolor today. But don't forget to keep reading here...there's more for you!

Thank you for stopping by. 
Have a wonderful weekend!



Allison Cope said...

Wow Maki! It's stunning! I love circle of anemones around your sentiment! Great colours too! Fabulous water colour card this week!

Julie Koerber said...

GORGEOUS Maki! LOVE those fall colors and how you made the Anemones like a frame around the sentiment. Beautiful!

JoanneO said...

Awesome! Great card for fall with those beautiful colors.

ChristineCreations said...

Love the framing that these anemones make Maki! Beautifully done!

Rosy Newlun said...

Maki, you always do inspire me each time I visit. You watercolored this sooo beautifully!! I want to CASE this. The edge is also full of texture and interest, too. Wonderful work, Maki!

Stacy Morgan said...

very pretty Maki! Your fall colors are perfect.


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