16 August 2016

Exciting news to share and a little tutorial!

Hello friends! Today, I have exciting news to share, I am part of a new team in the craft world! Yes, I am part of the Rainbow Tape Design Team! You should go and check out the metallic and masking tapes, the team will be sharing ideas this week and also giving away some tape love!!




So today, I have a super cute and easy Christmas card. I used 1/8"Metallic Red Tape and 1/4" White Masking Tape 

1.- I started with a 3.75" x 5" piece of watercolor paper, masked all the edges with 1/4 White Masking Tape and also added it to the center part to create a little hill.

2.- I painted the watercolor paper with Kuretake Gansai Watercolors, just added blue and yellow and blended the colors until I was happy with it.

3.- I stamped the trees from O Christmas tree set from Concord & 9th in 3 different colors of Distress Inks: Forest Moss, Pine needle and Peeled paint.

4.-  After I finished with all the stamping, I removed the Masking Tape, and with a wet paint brush I moved a little bit of the green onto the ground. Then, I added the 1/8" Metallic Red Tape around the image to create a cool frame. The red tape really pops, love it!


And this is how the card looks like , I adhered the watercolor panel to a A2 White card base and added little drops of White Liquid Pearl to create  snow look.

Don't forget to leave a comment for your chance to win.
Hope you like it!
Have a fantastic day!



6 comments:

  1. Love that red metallic tape! Beautiful frame for your gorgeous card!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Congrats for your new DT!! Love very much your watercoloured scene, and the frame made with the red metallic tape gives a beautiful festive look to the card!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Beautiful watercolor, Giovana! The red metallic Rainbow Tape is perfect for framing your Christmas scene!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hello Giovana,
    Congrats on the DT. The card is lovely,the red tape make it pop.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Red metallic...perfect for Christmas

    ReplyDelete
  6. I love the watercolor painting and step by step tutorial! You have amazing artistic skills.

    ReplyDelete