CAS Watercolour – Bird

Capture d_écran 2018-04-04 à 12.38.21Just had to play at the April CAS Watercolour with the them – BIRD.   So I popped out a piece of 300gm watercolour paper to make a OLC and stamped a bird from the Home Sweet Home set by IO.  Masking him off I also stamped and clear heat embossed a script on birds from the same set.  I added water pool to create a rectangle contour and added 2 Brusho powders of Leaf Green & Turquoise.  Once dry, I brushed the excess powder away and began adding Gansai white gold on the top part activating a little of the turquoise edge.  To the bird’s belly I continued with the white gold and added a touch of antique gold.  Since I had stamped with my Misti, I re-stamped the bird and heat embossed in gold.  I added water splatters above my birdie’s head to lighten the colours and sponged the water off.

Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, JoannaIMG_2553

6 thoughts on “CAS Watercolour – Bird

  1. Beautiful blue background with the splatters and script, and I love the way you did the bird with the heat embossing and hints of colour! Thanks for making a card for CAS Watercolour.

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  2. Gorgeous one-layer card Joanna! Love the beautiful and vibrant colours of your brushos background. Your white and gold bird really pops off the deep colours. Amazing design, my friend! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour! xx

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  3. This one layer card is amazing in the layering, Joanna! Your bird is so pretty in the golds and plays beautifully off the richly colored background! Remarkable! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour!

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  4. Love your brilliant blues and greens watercolored background with your water spots and text. A wonderful background for your sweet and beautiful painted and gold heat embossed bird. Love all the textures, including texture from your cold press paper. TFS my friend. Hugs…

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