Wet-on-Wet Watercolor Background for Quiet Meadow Die Cut Flowers / Retiring and Last Chance Products

wet-on-wet watercolor background for quiet meadow die cut flowers

You can create your own background DSP using this wet-on-wet watercolor technique. I provide step by step instructions and each finished watercolor will be unique!

I haven’t picked up a watercolor brush in a while and I get a hankering to paint something, so I thought I’d create a background scene for today’s card. As you can see from the photo above, the colors are very vivid, but you can tone down the color intensity by adding more water to the ink before painting on your watercolor paper.

I used the Meadows dies to cut several flowers and stems and arranged them in a bouquet, added a sentiment and some linen thread and this completes the card. You can access the downloadable pdf project sheet by clicking on the icon below. Would you give this watercolor technique a try? I have to warn you…it’s a little addictive and lots of fun!

RETIRING AND LAST CHANCE PRODUCTS

If you had your heart set on any of the items on this list you’ll want to order very soon! When the items are gone, they are gone.

  • All products are available while supplies last and there are no purchase limits. Stamp sets are not guaranteed during this promotion and are while supplies last. If there are items you’ve been on the fence about ordering, now’s your chance to get them before they’re gone for good so don’t delay!
  • Discounts on items vary from one market to another. Discounted prices are listed on the linked pdf.
  • Discounted items can be added to a Starter Kit and redeemed as a 50% off item or with Stampin’ Rewards.
  • The online order deadline is May 2, 2022, at 11:50 pm (MT). Phone orders must be completed no later than May 2, 2022, at 6:50 pm (MT).

If you’re ready to start shopping, click on the image above. You can view the Retiring and Last Chance items list by clicking here. I have included the Excel file in case you’d like to sort the list by product type.

The Products Used to Make Today’s Card:
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