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Elevate Slimline Watercolor Card With This New Product

Elevate your slimline watercolor card with brand new Kaleidoscope Powder. I’m thrilled to be guest designing for Maker Forte and featuring Alex Syberia Design Christmas Rose clear stamp set.

Elevate Your Slimline Watercolor Card With ThisNew Product!

All the details to elevate your slimline watercolor card is in this short cardmaking video tutorial. Watch here or in HD on YouTube. While you’re there I’d love it if you like, subscribe, and share it with your crafty friends!



Alex Syberia Design Christmas Rose

Watercolor florals are my jam and the Alex Syberia Christmas Rose Stamp Set is exceptional. The possible floral arrangement options are endless. What I love most about today’s floral design is that I didn’t have to do any masking!

Maker Forte Alex Syberia Christmas Rose

Watercolor florals are my jam and the Alex Syberia Christmas Rose Stamp Set is exceptional. The possible floral arrangement options are endless. What I love most about today’s floral design is that I didn’t have to do any masking!

Be sure to watch the video for the watercolor painting and cardmaking process.

Maker Forte Kaleidoscope Powders

If you haven’t tried Kaleidoscope Powders, you’ll want to after seeing how easily it elevates your cards! Today, I used Neptune and Aurora powders on my slimline watercolor card.

Alex Syberia Christmas Rose + Kaleidoscope Powder

Look at that gorgeous shimmer! Simply mix the powder with your watercolor paint or rehydrate it with a bit of water. Use a brush to paint the pigments or spritz it from a water bottle.

Tropical Sorbet #10 Envelope

A slimline card isn’t’ complete without a fancy slimline envelope. The Maker Forte Tropical Sorbet #10 Envelopes have a yummy metallic sheen and self-adhesive closure.

Slimline Watercolor Card

Due to the metallic surface, I recommend stamping with Staz-On ink to prevent smearing. Pigment inks like the one I used take much longer to dry.

Finishing the Slimline Watercolor Card

Of course, this card needed splatter and nothing could be better than Aurora Kaleidoscope Powder splatter.

To finish off the card I matted the watercolor panel with Stardream Metallic Gold cardstock and adhered it to a 3.5 x 8.5-inch card base.

I hope you enjoyed today’s project. Do let me know what you think in the comments. I’ll be back next week with another watercolor card to delight you. Huge thanks to Alex and Niki for inviting me to guest design and to you guys for joining me today.


Copic Gingerbread House Bouquet | Alex Syberia Design

Alex Syberia Gingerbread

In addition, to Alex’s new photopolymer stamps at Maker Forte, I adore her digital stamps too!

Check out this amazing Copic colored Gingerbread digi just in time for Christmas.


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4 Comments

  1. This card is absolutely gorgeous!! Thank you so much for your video. I had never heard of this brand, but I will definitely check them out!

  2. Could you please tell me more about your watercolor mixing book?

    1. Hi Celeste,
      Sure thing. It’s a Moleskin journal. I’m practicing a couple things with the Zentangle watercolor swatches. It gives me a chance to practice Zentangle patterns and to mix my Daniel Smith watercolors. I choose one base color and mix it with the other 27-29 colors in my palettes. This helps me choose color palettes for projects. Otherwise I sit there wondering what colors to mix and not knowing for sure how it will turn out.

      I will post a few videos in the next couple weeks on the process I go through to make the Zen watercolor swatches. So stay tuned for those!

      1. Thank you for sharing! Your work inspires me and when I saw that I thought what a genius way to learn more about watercolor. I look forward to your upcoming videos.