Watercolor class and a Giveaway!

Watercolor Peek


Have you heard about this upcoming online card class? I am so excited to be a guest artist for this class! Even though I don’t use it as often, I LOVE watercolors! I can not wait to see what the fabulous team of artists have in store for us. My friend, the super talented Jen Rzasa is teaching this class! Yes, finally we will get to see and learn how she does her beautiful watercolor art!

You don’t have to be an Impressionist painter to create watercolor masterpieces! Explore the many different (and easy!) ways to create beautiful watercolor effects in Online Card Classes’ Watercolor for Cardmakers.

Join Kristina Werner, Jennifer McGuire, Jennifer Rsaza, and friends (including me!) for a fun-filled, all-video, two-week course packed with inspiring, approachable techniques. Starting with easy soft sky washes and progressing to darling hand-painted images, this class is tailor-made for the both the aspiring artist and the cardmaker who wants to add to her go-to collection of on-trend techniques.

Class includes over 30 videos and even more card ideas from top artists with a variety of styles. Visit Online Card Classes to sign up for Watercolor for Cardmakers today, and discover for yourself the fantastic looks you can create with watercolors! (Class begins May 5 but you will have lifetime access to the content.)

I have one spot to giveaway. To enter, please leave a comment answering the following question:

What is your favorite card making technique? (you may mention more than one)

You have until Friday May 2nd 11:59 pm EST to leave a comment. I will announce the winner on Saturday.

51 responses

  1. Actually watercoloring is one of my favorite techniques although I don’t experiment with all the possibilities. Another technique I’ve really started liking is the “inlaid” technique. So many pretty things one can make and the cards are flat for mailing.

  2. My three favorite card making techniques are: heat embossing with clear or white powder and then coloring with H2Os or distress markers/ink pads with nibs; dry embossing with various folders with shimmer sheets or coordinations color core paper and sanding the design to make it pop; and stamping with perfect medium and using perfect pearls. Its so hard to choose— but these i go to often.

  3. I am not much of a technique person. It takes too much time! My favorites are paper piecing and heat embossing. I hope to try more involved techniques when I retire.

  4. Thank you for the chance! I love heat embossing, experiments with die cuts and a lot of stamping!) I want to develope and to add more techniques to this list)

  5. My favorite technique is coloring using various mediums. I love stamping and die.cutting too. Thanks for a chance to win this class, would sure love to learn new ways of watercoloring.

  6. love these classes and have already signed up for the class, but would love to be your winner – right now my favorite is using die cuts in various ways.

  7. My favorite technique is embossing, either dry or heat, but I also like to use punches or dies. I’ve been afraid to do a lot of coloring, but would love to learn how to do some watercoloring.

  8. My favorite technique is masking but I also love watercolor techniques with distress inks. Thanks so much for the chance to win a spot in this fabulous class!!!

  9. I’m so excited for this class! My favorite card making technique, I have a lot: paper piecing, stenciling, embossing, and watercolor. So many fun things to try/do!

  10. Thank you for the chance to win. My favourite lately is working with Distress inks to get that watercolour look or over white embossing. Just love it. Thanks for the opportunity

  11. Thank you so much for the chance to win.. My favorite technique today would have to be embossing paste and stencils….. But tomorrow it will probably change……

  12. I love embossing (of any type) and I love using dies. I think I would love watercoloring if I ever gave it a chance. Thanks.

  13. I love anything that has to do with Distress Inks, Markers or Paints. There’s just so many possibilities with these products!

  14. My newest fave is inlaid die cutting. My all time favorite is heat embossing. And I also love to color my images specifically with Copics – hoping this class will improve my watercoloring skills! Thanks for a chance to win a spot!

  15. I love using distress stains on watercolor paper and stenciling and sponging on heat embossed stamps…. Thanx so much for the giveaway Tasnim!!

  16. I love CAS style using clear stamps and die cut. But Watercolor is one of the techniques I wanna learn the most. I’d like to win this class 🙂 Thank you for a chance!

  17. My favourite techniques are emboss resist and inlaid die cuts. But it could soon be watercolouring. LOL! Thanks for the chance to win a spot in this class! 😉

  18. Hi Tasnim. Haven’t been by for awhile, but you are amazing! Congrats on Altenew. And on designing for this class. Online’s classes are fabulous. I love watercoloring, hope it sticks around for a bit.

  19. My favorite cardmaking technique is stamping on patterned paper. The class looks great – I would love to win a spot.

    Have a great week and thanks for the giveaway!

  20. My favorite techniques are all forms of embossing and die cutting. If you ask me to pick between the 2, I’ll beg you to please not make me choose.

  21. I’m thrilled that you’re teaching again 🙂 I LOVED your technique in the last class!

    I really do enjoy stamping, but die cutting is an often used technique too!

  22. Just found you when I was looking at the names of the guest artists for the class. I am quite amazed by your work. Boston is my favorite city too but had to moved to PA last year 😦 I am glad that I found you! My favorite technique has to be heat embossing. That is what started my whole obsession with card making 😉 Can’t wait for the class to start. Really need some help in water coloring department!

  23. I love any kind of technique that uses Distress ink…I love getting inky. My latest, most fav tech. is the embossing folder technique. It is fantastic and I have been using it with happy results.
    thanks for the chance to win!

  24. I love die cutting 🙂 Would LOVE to learn to watercolor though!!!! I’ve been “playing”. Thanks so much for a chance to win a spot!!!!

  25. Thank you so much for this giveaway! I have really been enjoying using Distress Paints on my projects. Turns out different each time and is just so fun!

  26. I’ve been playing with embossing paste and embossing powder recently. I also enjoy distress ink techniques.

  27. So awesome that you are teaching in this class!!! My favorite technique is super-simple … lining the inside of the card with patterned paper. It makes the card thicker, and is probably unexpected when you open the card.

  28. I would LOVE to win a spot in class!! My favorite technique lately has been inlaid Die Cutting!! I LOVE THE LOOK and how it tricks the eye as being really Difficult to do, when actually its super EASY & FUN once you figure the technique out!! =) Have a Fabulous Week!!

  29. Tasnim I am in love with dies! Especially word dies… If I were able I’d have each and every word available and alpha sets, too =] Just getting started using watercolors for my cards so I’d love to learn more about the techniques. Thanks for this opportunity to win because the class looks fabulous.

  30. I am loving the mover shaker or any other interactive kind of card right now. I wish I had more experience (talent) for the watercolor tech but I am going to practice more.

  31. Favorite technique…probably the emboss resist technique…but I fell in love with my inktense watercolor pencils, too, so I enjoy watercoloring also!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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