Layered Watercolor Tag Jar of Love

Have you ever visited a cooking blog where they tell you a gagillion random things before you ever get to the recipe you were looking for? Sometimes that can be amusing and it gives you a chance to get to know the person; but, when you are in a hurry to get dinner on the table or your device is glitchy, it can be painful. Scroll, scroll, scroll...

As a blogger, it's hard to know how much to share. Do I share random things, or just get to the project? It's a struggle. Lately, I've read that with SO much info out there on so many sites, most people just want to see the project, save what they like and get on with their crafting. So you're going to continue seeing little chit-chat from me. But please know that if you are looking for more info, just leave a comment or send me an email and I'll be happy to answer you! 

Today's project came about as I was working on two techniques - working with stencils and watercoloring. Here's a closeup shot of an "any occasion" card created recently. Hope you like it!

Layered Watercolor Tag over maksed background

And now here's a look at the entire card. A full color card base was just a little too much for me, so I layered a Rich Razzleberry layer (3 3/4" x 5") over a card base (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") made of our Whisper White Thick card stock. This thick cardstock is the perfect weight for a card base and it's in our beautiful bright white.

Layered Watercolor Tag over masked background images Stampin' Up!

The tag was die cut using our retired Chalk Talk Framelits. Stitched layers die cut using a Lawn Fawn set.
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