Hi Lindy’s fans!
Caroline with you today to share a card I made using the new Magical shakers! I was beyond excited when I got my new color! They are bold and delicious! I can’t get enough purple in my life, I was soooo happy when I saw the Magnolia magenta gold which is my favorite color ever!
Let’s see how I made my project!
First, I stamped on watercolor paper and I embossed with Purely white powder.
I took a small amount of Magical powders out from the new shakers and I mixed it with water to have some rich color to use.
For the flowers, I used Magnolia Magenta gold and Alpine ice rose. Petal by petal, I wet my paper and colored the stamp with the darkest shade first with taking care to let the color blend into my paper with water.
While still wet, I came back with my second color.
Don’t put too much ink and let the paper react to have different shades.
I did the same with my leaves this time using Cathedral pines green and a tiny bit of California poppy gold and Time travel teal to vary my green shade.
For my background, I put some gray on my acrylic block and I stamped my watercolor paper over it. Here I used I’m late, I’m late slate and Gag me with a spoon gray sprays.
Here’s my final result!
This is a simple technique that makes stunning effects! Don’t hesitate to try it your own!
Thank you for your time my friends!!
- Embossing powder:Purely white
- Starburst spray:Gag me with a spoon gray
- Flat fabio: I’m late, I’m late slate
- Magical shakers: California poppy gold, Cathedral pines green, Time travel teal, Magnolia magenta gold and Alpine ice rose
Paper Strathmore, Stamps: Altenew
3 thoughts on “Simple Watercolor Card using the New Magical Shakers”
Caroline this is amazing! I love your blended colours.
C’est vraiment magnifique !!!
Beautiful card ! I so happy to know we can get such lovely watercolor effect with magical shakers 🙂