Pair a beautiful die with some watercolor paint to create a unique card each time. One thing I love about creating with watercolor paint is how it’s nearly impossible to remake the same exact image or effect. The shade of a color on one card might vary slightly on another because there was more water in the brush, or the ink may bleed in a slightly different direction on the paper.
Watercolor painting can be applied to card making projects in a bunch of different ways. To make a beautiful card like this, I’m going to tell you how to use an ink pad and my new favorite tool – the waterbrush – to achieve stunning cards in a small amount of time. Not only do you achieve a uniquely created image, but the technique itself can be quite meditative and soothing too.