Round the watercolour world

DSC_2206 Watercolour world Heather Telford

I have more watercolour die cuts to share. This card has a much higher fiddliness factor than the previous ones and has convinced me that I should never video myself making a shaker card! Rather than trying to describe my trial and error process for making this shaker card I will just list the layers I used from little die cuts right down to the card base. The mini community and ‘the world’ were cut from brusho panels.

watercoloured ‘mini community’ & ‘love to travel’ die cuts with stick-it adhesive on the back
black cardstock panel
acetate
foam with circle die cut from centre
watercolour panel to be ‘the world’
card base

DSC_2210 Watercolour world flat Heather Telford

I saved the little die-cut bus and cars to put inside the shaker area with the glitter, sequins and micro beads. It wasn’t until I started shaking it that I realised the bus and cars would end up in countless pile ups!

Supplies:

Stamps:  Sprinkles and Smiles (PB)
Die: Mini community  Love to Travel (PB)
Paints:  Brusho (Colourcraft)
Cardstock: Fabriano 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, Neenah solar white, Neenah epic black
Also: stick it adhesive sheet, glitter, sequins, micro beads

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5 Comments on “Round the watercolour world”

  1. CM Taylor says:

    Looks like a fun card! Too much fiddling for me but I sure enjoyed the concept and your efforts.

  2. Pat says:

    This is a great design Heather and the watercoloured pieces used for the die cuts work really well and the shaker element is a very interesting twist. A fabulous card! x

  3. Bozena says:

    This very symbolic card! Black background great emphasizes colors in watercolor. Great idea. Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  4. Lindsey says:

    It’s an Ottawa traffic jam right inside your card! (Or perhaps a Sussex sinkhole?) I really love this.

  5. myrna sweet says:

    Super cute card. Great impact!


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