Hi there! Yesterday there was some watercolor fun at Prima's blog (link). I did this page for the post and played with the Prima watercolor pencils. I've had some in the past but somehow I didn't fell for them previously. Now that I have had the Prima versions for some time, I'm hooked!
Those watercolor pencils are really versatile! You can color, draw and paint with them but also stamp. In my page I used the pencils in a few ways. I used happy colors that make me think about summer and gave the page a lot of room to breathe as I think watercolor elements need some white space to really work gorgeously. If you want to see the step-by-step tutorial of this page, please visit the original post in Prima's blog (link)! There's also another wonderful tutorial by Robbie Herring!
The topic of the page is my older daughter who wanted to try my matriculation cap (Finnish graduation cap). She looked so happy wearing it that I just had to take a photo and ponder if that's a scene from the future. I'm open to whatever she want's to do and study but what took me by surprise was the size of the cap - it fitted her surprisingly well! I guess I just have a small head then!
So great that you visited my blog today - thank you! Have a lovely day! Don't forget to see the tutorial at Prima's blog!
Materials from Prima:
950439 – En L’air
845797 – Textured Paper Pad Primary
846947 – Coffee Break 6x6 Pad
576714 – Watercolor Pencils Basics
576721 – Watercolor Pencils Spring & Fall
961374 – Heavy Gesso White
961268 – 7x9 Stencil Honeycomb
962005 – Cling Stamp Don’t Forget to Fly
961848 – Clear Stamp Cheese
569792 – Alpha Canvas Large White
576196 – Say it in Crystals “Cigar Box Secrets”
551544 – Say it in Crystals
565763 – Mini Sachet Frost
Materials: Prima Marketing, Ranger, A Flair for Buttons