Sunday, October 1, 2017

Watercolor thank you

Hello. Playing in the watercolor challenge over at Less is More.


Watercolor background is created using Ken Oliver's color bursts. The big thank you sentiment is from Concord & 9th. I stamped it in Versafine ink then heat embossed it in clear to give it some shine.

Layered it in black so that it would stand out and then resisted adding any embellishments. I wanted the colors to be the focal point.

Thanks for stopping by!



3 comments:

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Laurie I am swooning over this watercolour combo of gorgeous colours ... my favourites. The panel itself doesn't leave a lot of 'white/unpatterned' space and you know we are sticklers for that at Less is More but thanks so much for sharing this beauty with us this week.

Sharon said...

What a gorgeous and dreamy, watery effect you created for the backdrop Laurie. It adds so much depth behind the sentiment. A little more empty space would keep this truly CAS for our clean and simple challenge but your card is gorgeous nonetheless. Love those colourbursts (need to get some of them!). Thanks for popping this in to us at Less is More xx

Glittered Paws said...

Very pretty watercolor wash and you are right I would have been so so tempted to add some bling of some kind. Great job.