Watercolor and Embossing: Beautiful Flower Embellishment
I am going to start off by inking my stamp with my VersaMark watermark stamp pad, and stamping it into my watercolor paper, to show off its beautiful flower shape.
After doing that I am going to remove the excess embossing powder and start heating this beautiful flower to set and dry.
After our embossing is all dried up we can now start and add color to show the beauty of the flower!
I have here my brush and some watercolors, and we can start painting in the petals! I'm going to start from dark to light, so begin in the center of the flower and working my way up. I am also going to cover up the center with watercolor to give it more beautiful details.
You can do as you please on your embellishment to make it look very awesome!
Next, I am going to get a little bit of water on each petal so the darker colors would slowly come out bit by bit.
The next thing you want to do is dry off the watercolor on your embellishment. Let's dry it off using my heat tool.
Now that you've dried off the watercolor on your embellishment, it's time to cut it out with a pair of scissors.
Take a look at that pretty flower we have just created!
We are now almost done with our flower embellishment!
Now, another fun thing we can do is apply a shadow effect for this embellishment. Let's ink up our stamp again and print it into the area in the page where we are placing the embellishment.
With a pop-up dot, we can give it a raised effect from the shadow, adding more dimension and life!
We now have a completed watercolor embossed embellishment!
Isn't it just gorgeous?
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