Geometric Watercolor Card

Are you an animal person? I am not, but I do appreciate the beauty and grandeur of them! I also love adding a unique, creative element to my projects, so check out how I combined both to make a geometric buffalo card with watercolors!

Supplies Needed

Pop Tone Cardstock in the color Black Licorice
Basis Cardstock in White
Tombow liquid adhesive
foam adhesive squares
-die cutting machine

To begin, I cut out the geometric buffalo from black cardstock with my Silhouette Cameo. The design can be found in the Silhouette Online Design Store.

Check out how detailed that design is?! What’s great about the Pop Tone cardstock is it has a good thickness to it, but it’s smooth so it’s great for very intricate cuts.

Next, I used my Tombow glue to adhere the design onto some white cardstock. I love the slight dimension it gives on the paper instead of just printing it.

Then I grabbed a few foam adhesive squares and placed them on the back of the white layer.

Center the white paper onto your card base.

Next, I grabbed some simple watercolors and carefully began filling in each geometric section.

I continued until the whole design was filled with color.

I’m no artist by any means, but I love the dimension that the design gives!

With the right kind of paper, any type of project is possible! Be sure to check out the other Pop Tone cardstock that’s on sale this month, and see what unique creation you can make!

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