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Word Art Wednesday Colossians 1:27

This week at Word Art Wednesday the scripture is Colossians 1:27.
 
It's a beautiful verse.
I wanted to do a watercolor card. 
I used 140 pd Strathmore watercolor paper.
I embossed with clear the leaves and flowers.
I colored them in with Tim Holtz distress markers and a water paint brush.

This is one of my favorite techniques.  Easy -but lots of pop!  I distressed the edges of the paper with my scissors and popped it onto some blue cardstock.  Hope you like it-I love doing it.  Really relaxing to paint.

Be sure and check out all the designers this week at Word Art Wednesday.  You can win prizes and get the FREE scripture art.

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Classy Cards 'N Such $15 - and Your Next Stamp $20





 
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