Hi, Gaylynn here. For Technique Time at Unity, I share a watercolor slimline card with a grassy background and chickens.
For this watercolor slimline card, I incorporate two different color mediums along with chickens and grassy cuts.
Sentiment: Hi, chickadee!
Here are helpful tips for creating this watercolor slimline chicken themed card. To begin, trim a slimline card base to fit your card layers. Next, trim or die-cut slimline card layers. Also, cut one watercolor panel for the grass. Then, stamp and color the chickens and make a sentiment tab. For the watercolor panel, add color swipes in teal and brown and then heat set. Next, punch or die-cut circle layers for the chickens. To make the grass, trim or die-cut the watercolor panel into three slope or grassy patterns. Then, adhere the watercolor paper with extra tacky score tape. Finally, layer the circles and the sentiment onto the card front, to finish.
Here is another look.
Here is my video tutorial for this project. It will detail the full process.
Supplies: Unity Stamp Co. What’s Up
Also, foam and flat double-sided tape, cardstock, MFT slimline and assorted die-namics; Altenew watercolor half pans, Ranger watercolor paper and plastic craft mat, heat tool, cardstock, Fiskars paper trimmer, scoring board, paint brush, Copic markers 0, C00, W1, Y21, E00, YR00, E13, E33.
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