Watercolor Flowers

Hi there! I’m guesting over at the Simon Says Stamp blog today, come and join me! I’m sharing a super easy — and super cool — trick for watercolored flowers. Here’s a little peek at the three card set that I came up with.

Watercolored Poppies by Lisa Spangler

Yes, I said THREE cards! And I could have kept going and going and going — it’s just so fun.

It was all inspired by some paper in the BasicGrey Fresh Cut 12×12 collection pack — it’s so pretty and fresh! I just used a cheap watercolor set from the craft store, but this Faber-Castell watercolor paint set looks like a winner if you don’t have a set already. You’ll also need some regular paintbrushes to do this technique — I love these by Claudine Hellmuth — in fact, I have two sets! They really take anything I dish out at them.

Anyhow, see you over there!

Supplies

8 Replies to “Watercolor Flowers”

  1. Just love what you did today, Lisa! I don’t have this stamp, but will try this with some of my other ones……..as always, you’re such an inspiration!
    Lin recently posted..A card for 2 challenges

  2. […] if you’re like me and you can’t get enough watercoloring, check out this watercolor flower technique that I did for the Simon Says Stamp blog. Yeah, I can’t stop! […]

  3. I loved your SSS post today, Lisa! Such beautiful stamping! Wonderful set of cards! ♥

  4. I have THAT stamp….thanks for the inspiration, Lisa! I hope you don’t mind that I share one of your posts in my new Challenge blog! Your water-coloring is simply AMAZING!
    Virginia L. recently posted..More Water-coloring!

    1. Hi Virginia! Please share away! You made me smile from ear to ear! Hugs!!!

  5. Lisa, I just saw this over st Simon Says and wanted to say how beautiful it looks. Totally love the whole look. Beautiful card set, cant wait to try this idea myself, thanks for sharing.

  6. These are absolutely stunning! Even when I attempt some random water coloring on a background it just never looks as good! Thanks for sharing your technique!

  7. That pattern paper really is the perfect match for that stamp. Beautiful!

Leave a Reply

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.