I am really excited to see what Maryam will be creating this month as she takes us on an adventure of her own design on Saturdays in September on the w&w blog.
Please give Maryam a big round of applause to welcome her as she steps onto the stage for her first performance as our September Leading Lady!
I believe in this words - Be careful what you wish for you just might get it - back then I was dreaming to have some of W&W product, today I was honored to be a leading lady. I will posting on Winnie and Walter blog as a guest designer every Saturday on this September 2018 . It was a little tricky to choose what I am going to share with you in my first post, I wrote down the thing that I would like to share with you and couldn't resist to share with you one of my favorite techniques, which is watercolor . If you have some time it will be my pleasure to continue reading this post and watching my long video. I made two card they are almost the same , one was colored with no-line watercolor techniques and the other one with watercolor with black outline.
For my second card I stamped the images after I did some masking using the same stamping set from Winnie and Walter products with watercolor resistant black ink (staz on). Then I started coloring as I did in the no line watercolor card .
*Coloring with black ink are much easier and its gives a better result . **I colored inside the image easily and I defined the shadow and light area easily too . ***After that I colored the background I was not worried so much of blending as the black ink in between will act as a barrier I can easily recognize the blending and I am not going to lose my outer lines .
I added a little red splatter at the end . And I stamped this sentiment from W&W Sketchy Thoughts stamp set. I mounted the card over a heavy black card stock. I didn't want yo add any more embellishment to this card so I left it like this . I love these both cards and i enjoyed coloring them so much . Evert one of them has its own magic’s .But Let me be honest with you, I love the outcome of 2nd card more it much bright although I enjoyed coloring the no line watercolor card more.
Thank you for joining me today on my first take as a Winnie & Walter Leading Lady , I hope I've inspired you to grab your watercolor and do some watercoloring .
Shay was so generously gifting a 30$ gift card to use it in Winnie and Walter store to give it to one of randomly selected winner from the comments on any of the 5 leading lady posts on my blog maryam's craft . Kindly leave your comment, and let me know what is your favorite coloring media and I will choose the winner on the 2nd of October.
That’s a great start ! These two cards are absolutely gorgeous !ReplyDelete
Yay for Maryam! I've seen many of the wonderful creations that she has been creating for the challenges here at the blog. She truly has a unique style and so deserves to be this month's Leading Lady!ReplyDelete
Beautifully designed & colored!ReplyDelete
Maryam is a fabulous choice for Leading Lady! I, too, have admired her beautiful cards in the challenges. My goodness...these are just gorgeous today!! Looking forward to seeing more of what she has to share this month!!ReplyDelete
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Beautiful cards ! I lpla ved the idea to add dimensional acetate and make the card look like a frame.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous coloring of these beautiful floral designs!ReplyDelete
This is Awesome Maryam... Beautiful cards .and congrats for leading lady spot... hugsxxReplyDelete
Beautiful watercolored cards.ReplyDelete
Maryam's water colored cards are so beautiful! I'm excited to see what she shares this month as Leading Lady.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on being Leading Lady for the month. Your watercoloured card is beautiful! Looking forward to seeing what else you share! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Beautiful watercolouring and cards! Congrats on being the leading lady! 👏ReplyDelete
Your cards are sooo beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Fab colouring on these cards.ReplyDelete
Congrats on being the new September Leading Lady, Maryam!!!ReplyDelete
Wow! Gorgeous watercoloring!ReplyDelete
Your card is so beautiful. I am in awe of your water-coloring talent.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous watercolouring… These are real beauty...Love the video.ReplyDelete
Both cards are beautiful but I agree I like the 2nd one best. I don't really care so much for the no-line watercoloring in general, I just need those lines to distinguish images I guess LOL. My favorite medium to color with is a combination of alcohol inks and colored pencils, I think that always looks so cool. Thanks for sharing and the inspiration.ReplyDelete