This is an easy DIY Faux Watercolor Technique for your greeting cards. You can get the faux watercolor effect right on your stamp and never pick up a paintbrush. We will also create a beautiful splatter effect so give your stamped images more interest and dimension. This card really POPS and is full of fun DIY Stamping Techniques.
I had so much fun making this card, even if I did have to make it twice because I accidentally deleted the recorded footage of the first time I made it! Oh well, now I have TWO! This card is a little more time consuming than most of my cards, but the end result is definitely worth it. Pop on a movie in your craft space, and just enjoy the process. If you like doing puzzles you will LOVE creating this card. It can be very relaxing and therapeutic (even if you have to make it twice like I did! haha)
The Faux Watercolor Technique is so easy and simple yet adds such a beautiful look to your images. Adding the extra splatter of white just takes it to the next level. Once you try this technique you will start looking at your stamps differently. Seeking out which ones will deliver this look effortlessly.
Here’s the Faux Watercolor Technique Tutorial Video
What did you think? Have you tried the Faux Watercolor Technique?
Let me know in the comments below. I love hearing from you! 💗
2020-2021 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog
Please use this Host Code if your Stampin’ Up! order does not exceed $199.99
(Before Tax & Shipping)
This helps support my business so I can replenish supplies and continue posting on my Blog and making YouTube Videos.
💗 I appreciate your business and support very much! 💗
Non-Stampin’ Up! Products:
Non-Stampin’ Up! links included in this description may be affiliate links. I try to post universal links when possible. However, at times I can only find some items in Canada. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I might receive a small commission. There is no additional charge for you! Thank you for supporting My Inkie Fingers so I can continue to provide you with new blog posts & videos.
Until I see you again,
Happy Stamping! <3