Friday, 4 November 2016

Magical Bears

It's time for another Happy Little Stampers Christmas Challenge.  This month it is watercolouring.


I have a set of Gansai Tambi watercolour paints and I love to colour images with them so this was a perfect challenge for me.  I chose a new stamp set I recently bought from Crafters' Companion and made this card:


After watercolouring the image, I laid some paper over the bears and ground area, and splattered with a bit of the gold watercolour paint.

I die cut with a Nesties square as I like the embossed edge it gives to the panel.  I popped it up on fun foam on my card base.

I went over the stars in the image with a glue pen and added very fine gold glitter.  Some of it clung around the stars where I hadn't added glue - I'm sure it will eventually fall off but for now it looks like stardust.

Happy Little Stampers is offering a prize for the best card, so be sure to join in!


You have until the end of the month so get a Christmas card made using watercolour!






Supplies:
Stamps - Crafters Companion
Ink - Ranger Archival Jet Black
Paper - white cs, watercolour paper
Size - 4.75" square
Accessories - Gansai Tambi watercolour paints, gold glitter, Quickie glue pen, Nesties square die, fun foam



7 comments:

  1. Super cute image and beautifully watercoloured background to showcase it.

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  2. So cute, love how y coloured it. //Zora

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  3. This is just adorable Susan! The image is so very sweet and your colouring is spot on!

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  4. cute image, and love the gold sparkly splatters.

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  5. This is adorable, Susan! Magical is the perfect sentiment for this card! Beautifully colored and embossed!

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  6. Aw! You've stolen my heart with this sweet card, Susan! Your bears couldn't be more darling and your coloring is divine, as always!! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. This is so cute ..... gorgeous image and beautifully coloured xx

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