I saw a watercolor background technique using the watercolor markers and an acrylic block. So I did that for the background of this card.
The second thing I was wanting to try was use the 3D tab inserts of the box card die to have something dangling from the top of this box card. I accomplished that with this card as well.
The first technique I did was a watercolor background.
spritzed the acrylic surface with a water mist, let it run a bit then placed down on white card stock. And this is my finished background. As you can see, this can be used for a multitude of outdoor scenes. Once dry, it lightens up a bit.
I fancied a bird cage die that came with a flying bird (VIND036), I used acetate to adhere it to the top of the card so it is dangling freely within the box.
And here is the finished card. I used a few different grass edgers and hills to layer the ground area of the card.
Until next time, happy crafting.
Dies used: Marianne Designs Box card die (CR1374); Frantic Stamper Wildflower Edger (FRA9371); Frantic Stamper Stitched Grassy Hill Edger (FRA9986); Frantic Stamper Stitched Cloud Edger (FRA9794); Nellie Grass Edger (straight edger) (SD111); Bird cage with flying bird (VIND036). Various blue and green shades of Memento Watercolor markers.