Sunday, 18 January 2015

Countryside watercolour


Hi everyone.
 Ages ago I bought a set of watercolour discs to play with. I'd seen all of the fabulous creations and techniques people had been posting, and thought it looked like a lot of fun.

This is one of my first plays with them. The stamp is a new one I bought from Serendipity Stamps.
The watercolours are Koh i noor, a set of 24 discs. (I thought these would be good to start with as they were very inexpensive but had reasonable reviews.)

It was definitely lots of fun, and now I just need to do some classes on the techniques and get lots of practice!!

I'm linking up to a couple of challenges.

The theme at Serendipity Stamps is Hidden Gems, to use something that you've been neglecting in 
your stash. My watercolour discs fit that!
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At Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge the theme is it's a guy thing.

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog

At Happy Little Stampers it's a watercolouring theme.


Supplies:
Serendipity Stamps winter fenceline; koh i noor paints; watercolour paper; verafine ink; sentiment sticker.


Thanks for visiting,
Cathy x


20 comments:

  1. Beautiful card. Should enter it in CAS and Darnells challenges. They are kind of linked, both doing NBUS, Never Before Used Stuff.

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    1. Thanks Aileen, I think I've reached my limit of 3 on Darnell's challenge, so much NBUS!! Cathy x

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  2. Gorgeous water colouring Cathy, love the image and your colours. Great to see another Aussie girl :-)

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  3. Ooh this is great Cathy, love your fab stamping and beautiful watercolouring too.Sorry comments are late but getting to grips with a new 'puter argghhh! Viv xx

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  4. wow, Cathy! Another stunner from you. This scene is so beautiful! Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers xx

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  5. This is gorgeous Cathy! Can't believe it's your first time watercolouring ... looks like you've been doing it for a long time --- way to go!! :) Thanks for playing along with us at Happy Little Stampers! xx

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  6. For a first time, you really nailed this. Your shading is fantastic and makes the scene come alive. Great job.My first time watercoloring was done with a kids set of watercolor paints and they did just fine. I found that I loved to watercolor. It is different each time.

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  8. This is really pretty Cathy! Your watercolouring brings the scene to life . . . fabulous! Hazel x

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  9. You've created a really nice scene here...beautifully done!

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  10. Wonderful scene and love the watercolouring.

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  11. Beautiful card! Such a lovely image and fabulous coloring!!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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  12. Wow! Just stunningly beautiful! LOVE it!

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  13. This is a wonderful watercolour scene and if you are new to them you have done well Cathy, such a light and even touch and really pretty. I love that stamp too. x

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  14. A lovely card! That water coloring stuff always frustrates me so I'm extra impressed when people can pull it off like you've done here.

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  15. What a beautiful miniature watercolor scene, Cathy! Ready for a frame!

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  16. Gorgeous watercoloring and love this image!! Absolutely frame it!! So happy you played with us at SSCB!!

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  17. Love the way your card turned out with that beautiful skyline! Gorgeous way to use the watercolor and your first time!!! Thanks for joining us at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog,Cathy!

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  18. CATHY! Sorry I need to slow down! Love the watercolor scene- something I've been experimenting with but cant seem to master! You did it beautifully!

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