Creating Easy Watercolor Backgrounds With Liquid Watercolors - Avery Elle Liquid Watercolors Blog Hop
Hi everyone! I'm so glad you've stopped by today.
Today I'm sharing a look at the new Avery Elle Liquid Watercolors. These watercolors are so easy to use and come in some beautiful colors. I love that they make it easy to pull out the paint and start creating right away. In today's video, I'll give you a good, up close and personal look at these watercolors, and give you a few ideas on how to create some easy watercolor backgrounds using them.
I'll also be using the Splash stamp set from Avery Elle on both of my card projects. I absolutely ❤︎ this stamp set. It's just so much fun! Maybe I'm living vicariously through the stamp set. I wish I had all those adorable floats in my pool!
Be sure to check out today's video tutorial. I'll walk you through some basics of the liquid watercolors, and show you how these two cards came together. If you want to watch this video in HD on my YouTube channel, click HERE. Don't forget to subscribe while you're there!
I've included links to the products used in these projects below. If you're looking for something that I used, check there!
BLOG HOP DETAILS
This post is part of a fun watercolor blog hop collaboration between the Ellen Hutson and Avery Elle design teams. You're sure to find tons of inspiration and fabulous projects along this hop. And if you get lost along the way, you can start from the Avery Elle blog or The CLASSroom blog to find your way and to learn about the fabulous prizes we have in store for you!
Here's a list of links for all the participants in the blog hop. Enjoy!
- Avery Elle
- Julie Ebersole
- Caryn Davies
- Lisa Spangler
- Heather Campbell
- Emily Midgett
- Melania Deasy
- Carissa Wiley
- Katie Gehring
- Amy Kolling
- Carly Tee Minner
- Ashley Marcu
- Elena Roussakis
- Laurel Beard
- Sandy Allnock
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you've been inspired, and I hope you've enjoyed these projects. Until next time, I hope you have a fabulous day!
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