Wednesday, January 28, 2009


In the past, I've raved about the Watercolor Wonder Crayons from SU. Has my excitement over them dwindled? Has my use for them been replaced by my Copics? Have I removed them from my workspace? NO way. LOL! I love those crayons. They give such a beautiful, watercolored look to images.

So, I'm posting this card in honor of those precious crayons. :)

A family friend is very ill and in the hospital right now. This card was made to let her know that our family is thinking about her. The crayons were colored on a stamp that had been lightly misted with water. The image was stamped on Georgia Pacific paper with a large basic gray layer as the background. Gray ink was used on the edges of the image layer. "Thinking of you" was stamped in basic black and pink (SU) brads were used in the middle of each flower. The pink taffeta ribbon was added to match. It's a very simple card, but effective for the purpose. I think it could be used for many purposes, though. It would be a very pretty birthday, sympathy, or Mother's Day card, for example.

I still love my Copics, but I will continue to use and love my WWC, as well. Each one has a place, and they can't replace each other. :)

Tomorrow, Copics coloring *directly* on my stamps!!! Yikes!! :) I will tell you how I did it and how it came out.

Have a wonderful night and a great, big, beautiful tomorrow!!!

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous10:41 PM

    this one is so pretty... what did you use???


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