A couple more cards for my stash that feature white embossing as a resist on watercolour paper!! The rooster (SU) was a bit too detailed to work really well for this technique. I added several colours - red, blue, green and yellow but because the design is too intricate there is too much white. I went with it anyway and added some green for the grass and brown below that for the ground. I coloured the sky blue!!! I added a length of green satin ribbon adhering both ends to the back with double sided tape and tied on a short length with a single knot to simulate a bow. I trimmed a laser printed greeting with decorative scissors (Deckle), sponged the edge with a bit of green and adhered it to my artwork with double sided tape by just tucking it behind the ribbon. The ribbon was a bit loose so I added a little piece of double sided tape between it and the greeting to keep everything in place.
The card on the right was fun to make!! It was hard to actually see what the design was so I just added red and orange watercolour until the design show up!! I did add a bit of black with a fine tip Sharpie in the center of the flowers and used a yellow gel pen to highlight the outside edge of the flowers as well. I fussy cut one of my laser printed chalk greetings and edged it with a black marker. Once I punched the holes I threaded through a gold satin ribbon and adhered both ends to the back of the watercolour paper. Once I positioned the greeting I added 3D foam tape to the back so it would stay in place. I tied a short length of ribbon to the one on the front with a single knot to simulate a bow. I layered this large element to orange cardstock and then to the black card front from the kit.
Love this technique!!! Therese