Photo Tutorial: Easy Watercolor Drip Technique - Embellish

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Beautiful! Great instructions! Thanks so much for sharing, I'm sure my stampers will enjoy making these at class!

So easy and very pretty. Thanks, Lyssa!

Wonderful tutorial, Lyssa! You've pushed me to do this one..lovely colors here!

Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing

Great tutorial, Lyssa! Thanks for sharing how easy this technique is to create. Love the watercolor effect.

Thanks for the tutorial! Will be trying it soon :)

Thanks for the tutorial Lyssa! This is one technique I will be teaching my club ladies this month! Beautiful card, by the way!

Great technique, Lyssa. It's beautiful! Can't wait to try it!

You always simplify things in a way that makes me feel like I can do it in just a few minutes (which is usually how I squeeze my crafting in). I LOVE this and cannot wait to try it out! THANK YOU!!

Interesting affect. Thanks for sharing. I love the pastel look.

Thank you for sharing this technique! I am making birthday cards this month and this will make so many fun and colorful ones. I love the card you made at the end. My mom has those butterfly punches and I will show her what you did with them.

Thanks for the tutorial. It looks easier than I thought it would be! I'm going to try it now- with an entire roll of paper towel on hand!!

Very nice job on the tutorial - thank you so much for sharing it with us!

The cards are simply stunning--but the technique is ever so messy (as you've stated). I'm not a messy person. I really hate mess. It reminds me of the time when my twins were in the infant room at daycare. The teachers had taped kraft paper to the floor and had jars of water and tempera paint and big brushes for the babies. The babies who could sit up, but who weren't quite mobile, were sitting on the floor in just their diapers painting the floor, painting each other, painting themselves (eating the paint). It was an awesome sight--and it made me cry....because it was so messy! I told the teachers that I was glad they did activities like that because I'd NEVER do that at home!!!

Thanks for the tutorial Lyssa. I'll have time to try it tomorrow with my family returning to school/work, and no car!

THank you for sharing your tutorials. This will be a great background for springtime cards.

Hello Lyssa, and, Happy New Year!

What a great background. Thanks so much for sharing with us.

Thanks so much for sharing this technique Lyssa! It looks fun and easy. Can't wait to give this one a try!

Many, many thanks for this timely technique and tutorial, Lyssa. I used it on a card I'm teaching my group tonight. I've paired it with Pleasant Poppies (stamped, first, in StazOn ink before running the reinker colours), and I'm using Naturals White as an alternative to watercolor paper. I have a feeling the technique will be a huge hit. Thanks, again!!

Thank you so much for the tutorial. What a beautiful technique.

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