Another technique from my watercolor class is a setting sun. The colors for this surprised me: Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Real Red and Rich Razzleberry watercolor pencils. Once again, your brush strokes with an Aqua Painter run from the lightest color to the darkest.
The class used the Birthday Fiesta stamp set with its coordinating Framelits, neither of which I possess. So I chose to do some more fussy cutting after watercoloring the deer from the stamp set, In the Meadow. And our Paper Snips make fussy cutting so easy because the tips are precision-ground so they cut to the end of the blades.
In the Meadow rubber stamp set (8), W 140751, $28; C 140754, $20.00
Pumpkin Pie 8-1/2" x 11" cardstock (24), 105117, $8.00
Shimmery White 8-1/2" x 11" cardstock (10), 101910, $8.00
Basic Black Archival Stampin' Pad, 140931, $7.00
Watercolor Pencils (13), 141709, $16.00
Aqua Painters (2), 103954, $17.00
Early Espresso Baker's Twine (discontinued)
Paper Snips, 103579, $10.00
Layering Circles Framelits (16), 141705, $35.00