Hey gang … Natalie here with a fun, scribbly, watercolor inspired scrapbook page using a few fabulous colors from the Lindy’s August Color Challenge.
Back in March, my bestie Fiona and I were in Queensland to teach a workshop, my sweet friend Alison said we had a little time up our sleeve so she took us shopping to the Factory Outlets. We had the best day, shopping, coffee, shopping, laughing … did I mention shopping?
Anyway, we walked out of the shopping center and it was raining, I mean really raining, torrential rain in fact – we stood and watched for 5 minutes realized it wasn’t clearing and had to make a run for it to get the car, in the space of maybe 100 meters we got drenched – wet through to our underwear, it was hysterical!! This photo sums up exactly how we felt about it!
So how to scrap it? It really needed to be a drippy style page – kinda like our hair!
How to Create a Drippy Watercolor Page
Here are a few simple steps …
Now repeat with Whale Watch Blue and allow to also drip down the page – add a little water to help the drip process if you need.
Once completely dry, add some splatters of Chateau Rose and dry with a heat tool.
Here are a few close ups of the page, so you can see the fabulous drippy watercolor effect for yourself!
Just look at that amazing shimmery mica effects from the Starburst sprays!
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