Welcome back to another "A Blog Named Hero" post featuring our current Watercolor Challenge. It's not too late to enter for one of two Hero Arts Gift Certificates!!
|This card features a watercolor background made with plastic wrap!|
The background was easy to make. I pulled it from a stash so I can't show you, but I promise to make a video tutorial of a simular card soon! Please check back or even better, subscribe to my YouTube channel https://youtube.com/c/GaleThompson and hit the bell so you will get notifications of my new posts!The supplies that are still available are linked (afil--thank you!) below. Basically, just saturate your watercolor paper with color and when you are happy with the blend, lay a square of plastic wrap over it, then twist it up. Allow to dry at least overnight. When you pull it up you will get a surprise. No two will be alike!
I heat embossed some Hero Arts Sand Embossing powder on some white card stock, then used a wave die to cut out beach. The bike is from Jan '19 MMH kit. I linked a simular one, but hurry as it's being discontinued! I die cut the panel with a Hero Arts Postage Stamp Infinity die and attached to the base for a simple, clean look.
Here is the supply list:
Until next time, stay safe and keep crafting!!
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