Good morning! It is August already! I hope you all have been having fun during this Summer break. Today, I am sharing a watercolored card that I did using Tombow dual brush pens for the first time 🙂
My husband got me a set of Tombow Dual Brush Pen – Primary set not too long ago and I love this first set. I have been practicing hand-lettering with writing God’s word every day and I always want to try to watercolor with them, too.
I used the Stampendous – Cling Bird Blossom Rubber Stamp Set. I love the gorgeous blooms that come in this set. On Canson watercolor paper 140 lbs, I stamped the images using VersaFine Onyx Black ink. I used the masks for the set to stamp The other bloom and leaves, too.
Then I started added some colors only along the edge of the images with the Tombow dual brush pen. Using my CTMH paintbrush, I wet it with some water and started pulling out of the colors to color the whole image. I was so impressed to see how these pens works amazing as watercolor medium, too!
I keep my card clean and simple. Once I was done with the watercoloring and the panel was dried well (I used my CTMH Craft heater to dry it faster :D), I stamped one of the sentiment from Our Daily Bread Designs – Sweet As Perfume with VersaFine Onyx Black Ink.
I trimmed down the watercolored panel a little bit, then added it on the card with the American Craft – Black Glitter ribbon. I used lots of adhesive runner on the back of the panel to make sure it stick well amd flat. Then I decided to add some glitter on the blooms with Wink Of Stella glitter brush for more sparkle amd shine 🙂 I finished it with some of the gems from Hampton Art.
This card is inspired by the new Scrapping Everyday Miracles – August Card Sketch Challenge:
Crafty friends, you are invited to play along with the SEM challenges this month! They have Layout Sketch Challenge, Card Sketch Challenge and also Scripture Inspiration Challenge. Visit the SEM blog to see the full inspirations from the desing team today. You have until August 31st, 2016 to link up you project.
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