Watercolor Baby Cards
These cards were super fun to make and use products you probably already have! Keep reading to see how I made these cute baby cards!
First, I laid out all my supplies. I used the plastic wrap technique. You can use reinkers or ink pads for this. I used ink pads. All you do is add your colors to a piece of plastic wrap and spritz the ink with water. Then you lay down your background card stock and let the colors run together. Once it’s dry you have a watercolored background!
Then I had to chose which colors to use. I knew I wanted green, blue, pink and yellow.
For the greens card, I used Granny Apple Green, Mint Macaroon and Soft Sea Foam.
For the blues I choose Pacific Point, Coastal Cabana and Seaside Spray.
The yellow tones I choose were Bumblebee, Daffodil Delight and So Saffron.
Finally for the pinks I used Magenta Madness, Melon Mambo and Flirty Flamingo.
I die cut the word Baby using the Well Written dies. I chose some ribbon in complimenting colors for each card. Some retired, some current. I also used some retired enamel shapes to finish the card fronts.
For the inside panels, I stamped some dots and the word Congratulations from the Well Written stamp set.
I hope you enjoyed my project today! Some of the products I used are listed below.
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