Rejoice with Yoonsun: Simple Watercolor Flowers

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Rejoice with Yoonsun Simple Watercolored Flowers

Hello crafty friends, it’s Yoonsun here with the second “Rejoice with Yoonsun” series!! Today I will be sharing with you a clean and simple watercolor flower card.

If you have circle shape dies, you can create an easy and fun background.

To start, I die cut white card stock to 5 ½” x 4 ¼” using the Basic Rectangles die, and then die cut assorted stitched circles from white card stock using the Stitches Circles dies as well. I then adhered circle die cuts on an A2 sized white paper panel using glue tape.

Next, I die cut Penny Black Playful Posies from watercolor paper, watercolored them with Distress inks and a wet paint brush. As you can see the picture, you can use negative piece when you color your thin die cuts. It’s quite handy!

For the sentiment, I used the Kristina’s Love stamp & die set.

Rejoice with Yoonsun Simple Watercolored FlowersSupplies:

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  1. You always have lovely projects to show us – thanks for the watercolor creation – a fabulous artist – enjoy your day!

  2. So pretty! I love the bold colors on the die cut and the fun circles for the background!

  3. Love the fun circle background, a simple idea that I never would have thought of myself. Thank you!

  4. Just lovely! I don’t have that die but will try it with something similar. Thanks for the idea.

  5. Yoonsun, you do the prettiest things with Distress Inks. This is a lovely card. Beauutifully designed!

  6. Wow!! I’m amazed that she got such a deep rich red from the Distress ink watercoloring. It makes those flowers really stand out beautifully.

  7. Thanks for the idea of using the circle die cuts to make the background. WOW. that the die actually cut those oh so thin stems. Love the idea to keep the image in the negative while coloring.. Beautiful card. TY

  8. I love how those circle die cut outs are so simple but it really makes the card look a whole lot more fancy!

  9. Such a beautiful card. I love the stitched impression added by the white on white circles, making the flowers popping up.

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