Hey friends! Nuvo Mousse is so versatile and I have shared a few ways to use it in the past on cardmaking projects. Today’s video shares yet another unique way to use it… this time as watercolor!
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To create my watercolor palette with the mousse, I used the Glass Media Mat and placed a bit of each color onto the glass with a palette knife. This surface is awesome to work on because it is so easy to clean up dried mousse without any residue or staining. I can’t tell you how many other cutting mats I have ruined with Nuvo Mousse in the past!
For the first card, I used the Best In the West stamp set to create a fun bonfire scene (I absolutely love that little rooster roasting a marshmallow stamp)! Then, I added water to the mousse and used a variety of colors to paint the scene. To control the shades, I wiped off the brush to get rid of the excess color. The mousse gives a really unique look that is slightly opaque and has a bit of mica. I finished off the card with a bit of Nuvo glaze to add a bit of dimension and shine.
On the second example, I created a more elegant looking card using the Roses Red die. I used the mousse to watercolor an outline of the die onto the background. This creates a cool shadow effect that makes the die cut stand out! Then, I added a few layers of Shimmering Pearl embossing powder to the rose to make it stand out and adhered it all together onto the card.
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