Hello everyone, Joni here!
Next, I used the Storybook 3 dies die-cut as a guide to traced the lines on the watercolored paper, this will help as a guide on where to watercolor some images for the scene outside the window.
Next, I watercolored some grass and trees. To create the leaves for the trees, I just used the tip of the 6 round brush to create the leaves. This does not have to be perfect, it’s more like creating an imperfect round or oval.
For the flowers and fruits for the trees, same concept is applied. I used the tip of the brush to create small circles for the flowers and fruits.
TIP: for easy application, use the tip of the ZIG Clean Color Real Brush for a much precise shape drawn image and just move the image with a wet tip watercolor brush.
Using a ZIG Clean Color Real Brush in brown, I created the birds flying in the sky.
Next, to cut the drape for the window, I die cut one of the stitched scallops from Stitched Border 3 dies and distressed it using a melon colored ink on the curtains and then adhered with foam tape.
I also added the bows for the curtains using the Twine and Bows die.
The curtains, drapes, girls, and the window were all adhered with foam tape. I also used some of the new Sweet Pea Mix sequins for added touch.
Another look of the whole card.
If you didn’t know, we’re celebrating Pretty Pink Posh turning 2 later this week and Paulina has a special event page on Facebook sharing sneak peeks and giveaways. Be sure to join us as there will be lots of guests and prizes.