I used my watercolor pencils on my February Stamp of the Month sample card and my March sample (I'm into the look!!). Jill from Close to my Heart shows us seven ways to use watercolor paint. What she shows is just the tip of the iceberg for watercolor paints!
Jill mentions using the paintbrush set. You might prefer to use our line of waterbrushes instead. Those work too. Think ideas rather than specific projects as you watch. Some product is retired, but the ideas are still good!
General Supplies for these projects:
Z2045 All-Purpose Mat (love this! Makes clean up a snap.)
Z3188 Paintbrush Set (you could go with the line of waterbrushes if you prefer
Z3224 Small Round
Z3225 Medium Round
Z3226 Medium Flat
Z3132 Watercolor Paper (regular White Daisy doesn't absorb quite as well, but it is an alternative)
Z3167 Cricut Artistry Collection
Project 1: Striped Card
Z3167 Artistry Collection page 13 for the diamonds, cut at two sizes, page 1 for speaker bubble
retired stamp set
Project 2: Feel Better Soon Card
Z3167 Artistry Collection page 34 for the banner, page 43 for the circle
retired stamp set - could use B1543 Get Better
Z3167 Artistry Collection page 8
Project 4: Heart Background Layout (pause the video at 5:24 to get a good view of the layout)
Z3167 Artistry Collection page 27 for the heart. Jill was mistaken saying the hearts was an overlay. The heart overlay was created by adding enough hearts to fit the 10.5" x 10.5" paper.
retired stamp sets
Project 5: Be happy and Bright Card
Z3167 Artistry Collection page 21 for the flower, 27 for the leaves, 34 for the banner (cut two different sizes - see the carrier sheet for the size of the saying), and 46 for the background.
Project 6: Happy Layout
Z3167 Artistry Collection page 20 for the background
D1660 Ink Blot stamp set
Project 7: Tu Tu Cute Card
Z899 Black Memento Ink Pad
Z3271 Archival Black Exclusive Ink
A1180 Safari Ballet stamp set