Good Morning everyone! It’s Michelle here and today I am going to do something different. I am going to share with you some watercolor cards that I have made throughout 2014. With 2015 coming upon us soon I need to clear out all my photos on my computer to get ready for the next year of pictures. I decided to share some of my favorite watercolor cards from 2014 with you before they head off to my Dropbox vault.
This is one of the first ones I did in 2014. I love bright and bold. I used Distress inks on this one and spritzed with water so the colors would blend together. The stamp set used on this card is HERE in the a2z Store
This one was a blog post for a2z. You can see the original post HERE and all the supplies are listed there too. I used a Hero Arts Digital Cut file for the feather. You can purchase that HERE in the a2z Scrapbooking store.
This card was posted recently here on a2z Scrapbooking using the “Salt Technique” if you missed it or want to revisit it you can click HERE. All the instructions and products used are linked.
For this card and the one below. I cased the AMAZING Lisa Spangler. Her post is HERE. I absolutely LOVE the softness of these cards. This is what watercolor is all about to me. I THIS and THIS stamp set, plus the Star Background die from Hero Arts
For this card I used one of the Hero Arts watercolor flower stamps. You can find a similar one HERE.
I hope you enjoyed looking back at my year of watercolor. I have so many more that I created but too much for a blog post. You still have time to enter our challenge this month which is all about Watercolor. You can find all the details here or link up your new creation using at least one Hero Arts stamp here
If you would like to purchase any of the items used in today’s post you can use the code MICHELLE15 and save 15% off of your purchase of at least $25.
If you are interested in joining our a2z Scrapbooking team we have a Design Team Call out right now. All the information is posted HERE.
I wish you all Peace, Joy and Love in the New Year. I can’t wait to see your new creations.