Lawn Fawn Watercolor Card

Hello friends!  Today I have a super sparkly card to share with you.IMG_2475w I made this card for the Lawnscaping Challenge: Sparkle and Shine challenge.  The stamp set I used is Lawn Fawn‘s “Color My World”.  I have had this set for a while and had yet to use it, so this seemed like the perfect opportunity!

IMG_2463wI used a scrap piece of Pow Glitter Paper for the front of my card and different colors of solid scraps for my crayons.  I black heat embossed the crayon image onto the scraps and fussy cut them out.

I then used my yellow Derwent Inktense pencil to draw a very light outline of where I wanted my color splashes.  I used an Inktense pencil here because I wanted the line to fade away when I did my watercolor painting.  If I had used a regular lead pencil for the outlines, the lead would have become “trapped” under the paint and I would not have been able to erase it. IMG_2450w I didn’t want to be stuck with gray outlines.  Eek!

Finally I carefully painted in the different areas with my shimmer paints.  I made sure not to overlap any of the paint where the different colored areas met because I didn’t want the colors mixing.  The paints I used for this card are very inexpensive shimmer paints that I bought at my local paper crafting store, Impress.  You can find these paints here.

For the sentiment on the card, I just used the one that came with the set and heat embossed it in Liquid Platinum IMG_2493wembossing powder from Ranger.  I love this embossing power, it has a beautiful sheen but isn’t too over powering since I didn’t want to loose focus from my watercolor background.

To finish the card off and to make it extra sparkly, I went over the tips and ends of the crayon images with my clear Wink of Stella brush pen.  This made the images look like sparkly crayons wrapped in regular paper.

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Here are a few close-ups of the pretty sparkles! I love the look the Wink of Stella brush pens give without being so messy!  Quick and Easy.

I hope you guys liked this card and thank you so much for stopping by!

Here is a list of the materials I used to make this card. (Please note that while I do receive compensation from Amazon for items bought through the following links, I never recommend products that I don’t use and love myself!  I was not asked by Amazon or any of these companies to use their products or provide these links.):


Color My World Stamp Set

Inktense Pencils

Pow Glitter Paper

Ranger Liquid Platinum Embossing Powder

Tim Holtz Watercolor Paper

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