Hello, Gaylynn here. Today, I am sharing a loose watercolor vintage floral card with a mail or postage theme. I kept this soft and muted for vintage coloring.
The vintage layered stamping inspired me to use soft pastel colors for watercolor on the flower and on the background.
Sentiment: Thankful for you.
I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
These are helpful tips for creating a loose watercolor vintage floral card or craft project. To begin, prepare an A2 size card base in gray. Next, trim or die-cut a stamp panel. Also, stamp and trim the sentiment pieces. Then, stamp onto watercolor cardstock using waterproof ink, preferably on the smooth side. Also, overlap the stamping to create a vintage look. Next, make a palette of your watercolor choices mixed with water. Then, using a paint brush, add watercolor to the script section and to the flower vase. Also, using a wet brush, add muted watercolor for the background. Heat set between the stamped sections. Finally, adhere it all to the card base using flat and foam double-sided tape, to finish.
Here is another look.
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