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WWC257 – Heidi\’s Challenge: Anything Goes With a Feminine Twist

 Hello and welcome! This week we are making feminine cards at the Watercooler Challenge and Heidi is our hostess. 
xoxo hugs and kisses from Hero Arts Year Round Sentiments.
I had a lot of fun making this valentine for my daughter.  I started with a piece of wet watercolor paper and then I applied pink, purple, red and a hint of yellow Kuretake watercolors to the panel.  I swirled, blended and then heat dried the paint and then repeated the process so I wound up with layer upon layer.  Because I added several layers, the watercolor appears much more vibrant than most watercolors I have done in the past.  After the panel was nice and dry I die cut a bunch of hearts in three sizes.  I stamped the sentiment, played with the layout and came up with this random pattern that I liked.  I adhered the hearts with foam tape so there is lots of dimension to the card.  

Supplies:
Kuretake Watercolors
Brutus Monroe Aqua Pigment Paper
Sentiment:  Hero Arts Year Round Sentiments
Gemini \”Loving Tags\” dies
Kuretake watercolors

I am entering this card in the following:





UPDATE:  I am so pleased that this card was chosen as \”A Cut Above\” by The Paper Players Challenge!!!

I am so pleased that you stopped by!
Karen

19 thoughts on “WWC257 – Heidi\’s Challenge: Anything Goes With a Feminine Twist

  1. What a vibrant card and thank you for the tip about seeing the water colours more vibrantly. A real stunning card, so eye catching and I love the design and the amazing colours and the 3D effect x.

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  2. Oh my! Those watercolor hearts are so pretty – love all the depth of color you achieved with your multiple layers! They sure do pop on your card! Thanks for sharing it with us over at The Paper Players! 🙂

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  3. You've created gorgeous coloured card for your hearts, Karen! Those hearts just dance off the card front! I'm sure your daughter will love it! I love how vibrant the Kuretaki watercolours are!! 🙂

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  4. Love your gorgeous inky hearts. Thanks for playing along with us at Make My Monday Challenge. Looking forward to seeing your creative projects in the future galleries again.

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