Happy Friday! Watercolor has been a really big trend in paper crafting field lately and there are lots of different products to choose from. I am sharing my quick thoughts and impressions on few different products you can try. I hope you find this helpful, especially if you are new to cardmaking & watercoloring.
Products I am sharing in this video are all in affordable price range – meaning you do not need to spend $100 or more to just to try them out. Start with basic products and build your collection as you go along, because some of you might not find watercoloring to be your forte. I will also list ALL the products I am mentioning in the video at the bottom of the post, so you can shop from there.
Organization is always big for me when it comes to crafting (because I can’t help being OCD, lol), so I created few swatches to refer to different watercolor products and their colors easily. Also, putting Peerless watercolor sheets into smaller pieces and using them this way is so much easier for me. I thought these sheets might be helpful for you as well, so please feel free to download them for your personal use. There are different styles to fit different needs, so enjoy! (Please, for personal use only)
When making swatches, I recommend printing them on a light weight watercolor paper (about 95lb or so) for the best results. You do not need to using a high-quality for swatches, in my opinion, you can use those ones for the real projects.
Thank you so much for watching! Please leave me comments below if you have any thoughts or questions. 🙂
SUPPLIESAll the products used in this projects are listed below. You can get them by clicking the items below. These are two of my favorite places to shop: Click EH for Ellen Hutson, SSS for Simon Says Stamp, or AMZ for Amazon!