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Here is the card I would like to share with you today. It's 5-7/8" x 5-7/8 size.
I am very into watercolour effect at the moment, learning every day different technique. Today's watercolour technique is using plastic bag or window/Acetate sheet. I was using a plastic bag packed dies or embossing folders.
I was using marker and brush to soften colors. I was very pleased how this card went with soft colours and new technique. I was proud myself and I asked to my husband what he thinks.
Me: James what do you think of this card? Do you like it?
James: Yes, I like it(obvious, the answer should be always YES lol ), but why did you make a Poké Ball card?
I was laughing so hard because Christmas ornaments looked like poke'balls!! I love my husband with so many different reasons, this is one of the reason why I love this guy :-) I have a feeling that a Poké Ball card is coming!!
I hope you enjoyed this project and the episode.
Come back next week to check out the process video.
Here is the video, Enjoy!
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