Monday, February 6, 2017

Vintage Sepia Watercoloring

Good morning! Today I have a card using watercolors for a vintage sepia tone coloring effect - and a Quick Tip video showing how I did it as well!

Here is the video:

I love the old fashioned look of sepia tone coloring - and while I have done it before with Copics, I think this is the first time I tried it with watercolors.

I used my Tim Holtz distress tool for the edges of the watercolor paper, then mounted with foam adhesive on some pattern paper from my stash - I believe it was from DCWV, but not certain since it has been sitting there for a while!

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  1. So pretty, Heather! The sepia colors add a lovely charm to your card, especially with the blue wash in the background. Thank you for your great video - it helps me understand techniques better.

  2. Glad I found your blog on the blog hop! I have been enjoying your videos on Unity Stamp's site for some time! I love the colors of blue and sepia together on the card you featured for this post!