Hello, Gaylynn here. Here is a tutorial on how to create outer space galaxy greetings on a watercolor card. Today on the Unity blog, I am sharing one way to use Brusho crystal color powder for watercolor to achieve this galaxy effect.
I will show a way to use watercolor along with outer space galaxy greetings stamps. It is a fun yet messy card technique where the result is different each time.
Sentiment: Greetings. Hi.
I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
These are helpful tips to create this outer space galaxy greetings card. To begin, stamp and heat emboss the scene onto the smooth side of watercolor paper. Then, stamp and color the scene again onto white cardstock using Copic friendly ink and Copic markers. Next, add water and Brusho crystal powders in three colors to the watercolor panel. Move the color around and repeat until satisfied with the color. Once dry, fussy cut the cardstock color scene and place it over the embossed scene. Also, trim the paper layers to your liking. Finally, layer it all to finish.
Here is a closer look.
Supplies: Unity Stamp Co.
Other Worldly Greetings
Also, Brusho crystal colors in scarlet, ultra marine and turquoise; flat and foam double-sided tape, white embossing powder, heat tool, Wow embossing ink pad, Original Misti, Canson watercolor paper, Ranger plastic craft mat and mini mister; Simon Says Stamp intense black ink pad, silver cardstock, Copic markers W5, W3, C3, C1, B14, BG0000.
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