Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Tonic Floral Aperture Stamps with Nuvo Watercolour Pencils - Christine Smith


Some simple heat embossed and watercoloured cards using a couple of the new Floral Aperture stamps from Tonic along with a Get Well Soon stamp set from CraftStash :D I love this technique of white heat embossing outline images, then using traditional watercolour, Distress Inks or in this case watercolour pencils to add colour :D In the past (and in the landscape card photographed below) I have added colour to the entire background too, but I quite like the subtle effect when you leave the background white like the two cards above :D I also stepped these cards up a tad, and used some Nuvo Glitter Markers to add some sparkle and deepen the colour in some areas :D You could also have used the Aqua Shimmer brush rather than a plain Aquaflow Waterbrush to get a similar effect too :D Hope you liked this trio of cards! I have another trio for tomorrow too lol :D :D :D 
Main products used :DNuvo Watercolour PencilsFloral Aperture StampsGet Well Soon StampNuvo Clear Mark Ink PadNuvo Glacier White Embossing PowderHeat ToolNuvo Aquaflow WaterbrushNuvo Glitter MarkersCrafti Potential A2 Stitched Rectangle - Fleur De LisAvery Elle Sentimental
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To see the process behind these three cards, please watch my YouTube video below, or over on my channel CRaFTi PoTeNTiAl :D

Lots more photos below :D 











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