Friday, June 5, 2015

Water colored latch card

 
This week on Splitcoaststampers, there was a tutorial for making a latch card. You can check it out HERE.
I used MFP set called BE A SHOW OFF.
 I also used Unity's BEAUTIFUL ELEMENTS
And I used Lizzie Anne Designs - Little Bits
I stamped the peacock using Black Stazon ink. I water colored him and the background. I added glitter to the tail and head feathers. I also added drops of gold acrylic paint, and teal and blue sequins.  I outlined the panels using a Sharpie gold metallic marker.


Photo of the card closed:


Photo of the card opened:


I am sharing this card with the watercolor blog hop:

                                       watercolor.bloghop

19 comments:

  1. Wowza, MariLynn....this is gorgeous! I adore your cards. You never disappoint!

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  2. Oh MariLynn this is amazing - love your colours and the sparkle... The inside panel is gorgeous too. I made a card using this this technique, and I love it.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. wow! this watercolr is amazing! :)

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  4. Wow, what a beautiful and intricate card!

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  5. Just thought I'd hop over to your blog after I saw the sweet comment you left on mine. Thank you so much! When I first got to your blog I think my jaw hit the floor! Wow! Your peacock is fabulous! I just love your card! I also love the title verse of your blog too. It's perfect!

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  6. This is such a work of art. Wow!! Thanks for the lovely comment you left on my blog you made me feel just like this peacock. xo

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  7. Simply stunning! Love it ♥

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  8. Beautiful card, opened and closed! I wish you would have described your watercolor technique. I'm not exactly sure how you did it but it sure is pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Just stunning, love the bling!! Thanks for sharing! ~Annie

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  10. Stunning with great use of bold, vivid colors!! Well done and it is awesome!!

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  11. This is stunning!! I LOVE how you colored in that peacock!!

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