Join Betsy Veldman today as she shares some tips and tricks to create beautiful watercolor die cuts:

“Last week there were some requests for projects using just diecuts, so I decided to play around with the idea and see what I could come up with using just dies.  Well, I had so much fun!  I experimented with creating colorful diecuts using an easy wet-on-wet watercolor technique, then adding details by hand with pens.  The result is so colorful and fun…I hope you’ll come over and check out my technique and projects!”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS:  Words to Live By: Joyful
  • INK:  Tropical Teal
  • PAPER:  Watercolor, Aqua Mist
  • DIES:  Fancy Flakes, Words to Live By: Joyful
  • OTHER:  Watercolor paints, white pen, sequins

Supplies:

  • STAMPS:  Words to Live By: Gratitude
  • INK:  Cocoa Bean
  • PAPER:  Watercolor, Aqua Mist
  • DIES:  Leaf Prints, Cover Plate: Nesting, Words to Live By: Gratitude
  • OTHER:  Watercolor paints, white pen

Supplies:

  • STAMPS:  Color Pop: Autumn
  • INK:  Terracotta Tile
  • PAPER:  Watercolor, Canyon Clay
  • DIES:  Tiny Town: Spooky Yard, Cover Plate: Nesting, Color Pop: Autumn
  • OTHER:  Watercolor paints, gray pen

CLICK HERE to visit Betsy’s blog to see more!

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