I then used the white watercolour pencil from the original set to colour in the whole image of petals and leaves. Then I went over the petals using Cherry Cobbler and the leaves with Garden Green from the new watercolour pencil set. I coloured the centres of the flowers with Daffodil Delight from the first watercolour pencils set. Then I used a Blender Pen to smooth out the colouring a little. I stamped the sentiment from the set using Cherry Cobbler ink.
I matted the art piece onto Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White cardstock and onto a Crumb Cake card base. I kept the design simple.
I saw the idea for colouring with watercolour pencils on Crumb Cake cardstock by Courteney Heuston, and thought I would try it with bolder colours. I’ve done this technique before using white craft ink to colour in the solid areas and then using pencils over the top. This is a slightly softer effect.
Anyway, have a look through the hop and see what everyone else has come up with.
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Beautiful card, Tina! You've done a gorgeous job of colouring – I love it!
Lovely card Tina and this is a great technique. Thanks for sharing
Beautiful card Tina. Love the white embossing and colouring on the crumb cake card. xxx
Love that colored on Crumb Cake with this set, Tina. 💌
Lovely card Tina. Love that flower set! It looks fantastic on Crumb Cake!
Beautiful card Tina 😊