This is another card that my Clubs are making this month. It's a cool technique that I always forget to show. My club members have been asking about the Watercolor Crayons and so I'm doing a different technique with them for a few months. This one is done with Watercolor Wonder Crayons and the Versa Marker. First stamp you line art image with black StazOn ink. Then you pick the crayon color up with the tip of your Versa Marker, right off the tip of the crayon and then color the image in. When you're finished coloring, pour clear embossing powder on and then tap off excess powder and heat. I was able to catch the gloss of the flower so you can see the technique results really well. I didn't do the leaves so that you could see the difference. Some of the ladies colored and embossed the leaves too and they were really pretty. This flower is from Flower Fancy, which is one of my favorite sets. I know, I say that a lot but they are all my favorites. This flower is completely different than the one from this set that we used last month in our stamp camp. Go back a few posts to see that. I don't know how to link back for you...still learning these things. I then swiped a sponge in bliss blue for the sky and wild wasabi for the grass. The ribbon was white but we sponged wild wasabi to turn it green. The sentiment is from Bring on the Cake, which is in the Occasions Mini and available until the end of April. The inside sentiment is from the same set. This card is called an Easel Card and you can see why from the bottom picture. Enjoy.