This is my first attempt at watercoloring with my new Peerless watercolors . . .
Well, actually, it's the second attempt. The real first attempt is too grotesque for words and was one of the few efforts I've made that were non-resuscitate-able. It was actually the veggies' fault and not that of the water colors – I black-embossed the little darlins and they didn't like it. Neither did I. I think if I'd used Distress Black Soot instead of super shiny powder, the four of us would have loved it. Must try that next time.
I adore these watercolors and will probably give them some of my crowded and valuable desktop real estate so I can have them handy . . . lots of practice up ahead for sure, but I'm enjoying the journey!
Cardstock: Bazzill Cocoa, watercolor paper
Stamps: A Stamp in the Hand: Veggie Set
Inks: Hero Black, Distress Brushed Corduroy
Emb Powder: Vippies Transcendence
Watercolors: Peerless Grass Green, Hunter Green, Blood Red,
Chrome Orange, Cobalt Blue, Burnt Umber
Doo Dads: Jute twine