Delicate Daffodils

I recently showed how to make this gorgeous daffodil card on a Facebook live. The video shows how many techniques you can create with the Soft Pastels Assortment! A super affordable product and with all the great creations you can make with these, it’s a great coloring tool for your stash!

For this card I used the Fluid 100 Watercolor paper and stamped the daffodil bunch with StazOn Black. I used this ink because the StazOn is an alcohol-based ink, and the water coloring will not bleed the lines of the stamped image.

To mix your colors: All you need is an Exacto knife and a small art cup/pallet to mix your colors. First you will lightly scrape off some of the pastel color into a small pallet. Next you can use your Water Painters to slowly drip water into the dry chalk and mix really well. Now you are ready to paint in your daffodils!!

I love that water coloring is so forgiving! Don’t worry if you get a little outside the lines! I used a Paper Lattice (retiring) and a piece of So Saffron behind it for the backdrop. It remined me of a trellis for a garden!

To finish off your card, just add a sentiment and a little Linen Thread-voila! The Last Chance list is selling out fast! Be sure to browse the items that are still remaining by clicking the button below! If you shop using this button, it will alert me you used this month’s host code! That means I will send you a thank you gift for choosing to shop with me!

Check out the other wonderful uses for the Soft Pastel Assortment!

Product List
Daffodil Daydream Bundle
Daffodil Daydream Cling Stamp Set (English)
Soft Pastels Assortment
Jet Black Stāzon Ink Pad
Stāzon Cleaner
Water Painters
Fluid 100 Watercolor Paper
Paper Lattice
Double Oval Punch
Linen Thread
Pear Pizzazz 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
So Saffron 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
Crumb Cake 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
Early Espresso Classic Stampin' Pad

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