Hello everyone and happy Tuesday! I hope your having a good day.
I'd like to show you a card I made today using stamps and distress inks to create a watercolour effect by scribbling with distress markers and pressing distress ink pads onto an acrylic block, misting lightly with water and then inking the stamps from there.
I began by stamping the pots and used a brush and water to spread the colour. The leaves were stamped next and then the flowers. The flowers are a two part stamp which makes it easier to achieve a watercolour.effect.
Would like to link uip to a few challenges. at Less Is More it's One Layer Thank You card, One Layer Simplicity Challenge would like to see cards with flowers and STAMPlorations May challenge: Stamps and Flowers.
Thank you so much for stopping by and for your comments which are so appreciated! Have a great rest of the day. xxx
Barn Door and Bundled Sage distress markers - Tim Holtz
Milled Lavender and Dusty Concord distress ink pads - Tim Holtz
Flowerpot stamp - Hobby Art
Flowers and leaf stamp - WPlus9
Sentiment stamp - Avery Elle