Thursday, July 12, 2018

Watercolor Layered Design for CAS Mix Up

Hello friends.  I'm so glad you stopped by!


I've had such fun with this die cut!
I did the reverse on this post.

This time I die cut from mixed media paper and watercolored
using Distress Markers, a palette and a water brush

Once the coloring was done and dry, it was easy to pop it on
to a dry embossed piece and finish it up.

Using watercolor die cuts, stamping and dry embossing

ANYTHING GOES
(I didn't go with the BABY option)


Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.

Enjoy!



Card Recipe
Stamps:  Banner Sentiments (PTI)
Ink:   Vintage Sepia (VF)
Paper:   Neenah, Mixed Media
Other:  Layered Scene Die (PB), Woodgrain EF (SU)


21 comments:

jimlynn said...

Bonnie, this is so pretty. I just love your coloring on that die! Gorgeous!
Lynn

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Just love the delicate coloring on your birdie scene, Bonnie! So pretty with the embossed background!!

Loll said...

This is so sweet Bonnie! Another great way to use this die-cut. Both versions are awesome! xx

Christine Alexander said...

Bonnie, such a sweet image with the die cut birds, I love your perfect wood grain background framing them :)

MaryH said...

It's a gorgeous die, and I like both versions you've done with it. I must say, I'm a bit prejudiced, as THIS one is my favorite! As always, your w/coloring is awesome, & this little vignette looks lovely against the woodgrain background. TFS & Hugs

nancy littrell said...

Oh my, Bonnie, but you are a master of coloring die cut images. This sweet bird in a garden scene is so beautifully colored. TFS and hosting this fun and creative challenge, my friend. Hugs..

Maxine D said...

What a gorgeous wee scene you have created Bonnie - love the subtle texture on the card base
Blessings
Maxine

Daffodil Cards said...

Great die and love your colouring.
Faith
x

JosieD said...

Such a unique and pleasing die. As always, your water coloring looks so good. And the dry embossed mat is perfect with it.

Doris said...

What a lovely card, Bonnie. The ef you used is so appropriate.

JoAnn said...

Very pretty. Love your coloring on the die cut. The embossed piece makes a great background.

Marcia HIll said...

Awwwww...sweet, sweet card my friend! You really do make the most wonderful bird cards!! These two little guys are so colorful and pretty and just love how they're sitting among the blossoms! LOVE the woodgrain cardstock behind your die cut too! Really need to get my dies out and find one for this challenge...been in kind of a funk since the shut down of Merry Monday...maybe I need to find a Christmas die cut to color?! But anyway, lovely card my friend. Have a great weekend!! :0)

Trina P. said...

What an intricate and pretty die. Beautiful colouring, Bonnie. Love the woodgrain. xx

Mac Mable said...

That die cut is adorable and your colouring is so sweet . The most beautiful card Bonnie x

Nancy Stislow said...

Your watercoloring is always so beautifully done, Bonnie. Love that die too. This is such a delightful card and it does look like it was fun to make.

Brenda said...

What a beautiful card Bonnie! I am loving that die and you have water colored it up so well. Gives it such life. It looks perfect on top of the pretty wood embossed paper. Hugs, Brenda

Papercraft Boutique said...

I'm always impressed you use the negatives/positives of die-cuts so well, Bonnie! They always look like they are die-cut just for that card.
The die-cut design is sweet but your watercoloring makes it look much sweeter! I especially love how you watercolored the intricate branches with all the shades. (I would have to hold my breath while watercoloring these!!) Hideko xx

Julia Aston said...

What a beautiful and delicate frame die cut Bonnie - the coloring with your Distress Markers and water are just lovely! Julia xx

Robyn Oliver said...

Such a sweet scene Bonnie, a really lovely card

BożenA said...

Such a beautiful colorful scene with birds. It fits perfectly with your pressed, wood background.
Hugs,
BozenA

Sandy said...

Tweet, Tweet, Tweet!!!
Sandy xx