I hope to have some video tutorials of these soon! So check back in a bit for a tutorial on how I did one!
These Stamps were a perfect fit for my floral addiction (I can't help myself, I see a floral stamp and it screams to me to buy it... Okay, twist my arm, I'll buy it!)
Using a blending technique I used the same More Precious stamp set
I had to save the best for last. This was my favorite one to create. I can't wait to send this out to a friend! I used a negative painting technique for this, and loved how painterly it looks! I used Qor watercolor again for it, and let the watercolor bleed a bit into the white hibiscus flower! I love this monochromatic look and it really shows how beautiful the lines are with this stamp set.
listed at the end of this post is a picture of the stamps I use!
For these stamps, I used Qor Watercolor with a simple nickel azo yellow, and orange, with sap Green. I also added a bit of Daniel Smith duochrome Saguaro Green to add some sparkles and depth to the greenery. (which I love!)
|Here is a close-up!|
I just want to say that if you need a good all occasion stamp floral stamps are my go too for any female! I really don't' think I could have enough floral stamps! These are really fun to have as backups when you need a fast birthday card! As you can tell I left one card panel open for whatever sentiment I need at the time of giving this card away!
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What pretty watercoloring! I like the dandelion one best!ReplyDelete
Oh thank you Heidi! I love the dandelion the best too! it turned out beautiful! Thanks so much for the kind words!Delete