Thursday, 25 January 2018

Watercolour Painted Harvest

Hi! Here's another card made with the Painted Harvest set - I'm obsessed. I didn't really have a plan when I started this one. I cut a panel of watercolour paper, and wanted to see how the stamps looked when using really wet ink and letting it bleed. I spritzed some red Brushos with water, plonked my stamps in, and stamped on the watercolour paper. It looked pretty, but lost too much detail, so I dried the paper, and tried inking up the stamp, then spritzing that with water before stamping. That held more detail, and looked really pretty. You can see those flowers behind the clearer ones. I dried the paper again, then stamped without spritzing, to just get a normal image. I love the watercolour background behind the clear flowers!





I'm entering this one in the following challenges:

Stamp Ink Paper:
4 Crafty Chicks: 'Anything Goes with twist of Watercolour Background'


Ingredients:
Stamps from Stampin' Up! 'Summer Silhouettes' set
'Birthday Wishes' sentiment from Woodware 'Daisy Panel'
Artistry Ink pad: Rosy Cheek
Distress Ink pad: Picked Raspberry
Adirondack Ink pad: Wild Plum
Stampin' Up! Ink pad: Rose Red
Brushos: Rose Red


4 comments:

stampwithamyk said...

Oh, how pretty! Great colors for those flower images, pretty design too. Thanks for joining us at Stamp Ink Paper, hope to see you again soon!

Gingin said...

Jen your card is gorgeous!!! Thank you for explaining the technique you used I must try this. Thank you so much for joining us this week at Stamp Ink Paper :)

Lori Turner said...

This little watercolor experiment turned out AWESOME! So pretty! Thanks for joining us at 4 Crafty Chicks for my watercolor backgrounds challenge xoxoxo

LeAnne said...

So very pretty...those colors are just so intense! Love that you used Painted Harvest...it's such a versatile set! Thanks for playing with Stamp Ink Paper this week!