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Pink bike

The neverending watercolor panels! Yes here I am with another card that I made with die cuts from those panels. I am amazed how many different cuts one can get from a 9 x 12 sheet of paper.


Just to recap, I used Crayola watercolors and Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide ink to color a whole page of Canson XL Watercolor paper. Once it was dry, I cut the bicycle and the sentiment with dies from my stash. I ran the front of my cardfront through my embossing machine.


I adhered the die cuts onto the card and added a few pearls for embellishment. Lastly I coated the balloons with some Wink of Stella. They sparkle beautifully in real life, pity the camera's eye does not see it.

General Supplies
Canson XL Waltercolor paper
Reflections 110lb heavyweight cardstock
Crayola watercolo paints
Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide ink
Dies from my stash
Darice Hearts Diagonal embossing folder
Wink of Stella

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Monica

6 comments

  1. Oh, this is fantastic, Monica! I love that embossing folder and the pink bike is wonderful.

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  2. Very pretty. The embossing is a great way to add texture. Love the pink, too. [Bunny]``

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  3. Love the watercolor bike. I would never even think of most of your wonderful ideas!

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  4. Monica, this is so cute with the pink and white theme! I love the pink bicycle with the cute basket and the balloons and flowers! The embossed layer is gorgeous!

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  5. Love the embossed background and die-cut bike -sure I have one lying neglected somewhere lol
    Carol x

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  6. A wonderful design. Very girly and so sweet.
    hugs,
    BozenA

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