Aqua Pigments, Brutus Monroe, Christmas, Christmas Eve Embossing Powder, Create A Pointsettia, Florals, Stampendous, Water Colored Cards

Christmas Eve Pointsettia

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Isn’t this just beautiful?!  If you look closely, you’ll see that the embossing powder has glitter in it!  I received a container of Brutus Monroe’s Embossing Powder of the Month called Christmas Eve and it’s absolutely gorgeous!  A beautiful deep red powder with bits of golden glitter!  Naturally, I had to use my newest Stampendous stamp, Create A Pointsettia!
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As always, I began with a piece of Bristol Smooth card stock and stamped out the image with Versamark, then heat-set it with Christmas Eve embossing powder.  Using my Aqua Pigment watercolor inks, I began to paint, adding layers and layers of color!  I used just Red, Blue and Yellow, mixing colors to get the perfect shades.
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When the panel was complete and dried, I spattered droplets of water to get the cool reactive pattern which you can really see on the blue background!  I left the larger berries white but filled in the smaller ones with Gold Nuvo Drops.
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My final step was to trim down the watercolor panel with Stitched Oval dies, then cut a larger oval of Glitterstock and adhered the two together.  I mounted them to a simple off-white card base and decided to leave it as is, allowing the pointsettia to take center stage!  I just love the added shine of the glitter in the Christmas Eve embossing powder!  I may add a sentiment to the front, or just stamp one to the inside of my card.  Thanks for visiting!  

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