Practicing some more with watercolor stamping...as taught by Dawn Woleslagle in one of the videos from the online watercolor class. She makes it look so easy, but I have a LONG way to go yet with this coloring medium! I did the rock and roll technique with the flowers and leaves then blended with some water and a detail brush. I'm also playing along with the Freshly Made Sketches Challenge - using scored lines for the diagonal element - and with
Stacy's Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge - Sweet Pea theme. I have a gazillion flower stamps but couldn't find any sweet peas. Instead, I was inspired by the colors and the idea of cut flowers in a vase. The jar is from a Flourishes set called Garden Picks and the remaining flowers and leaves are from WPlus9.
Here's what I used:
STAMPS: Garden Picks (Flourishes), Spring Blooms (WPlus9), Fresh Cut Florals (WPlus9).
INK: Tim Holtz distess inks: Tumbled Glass, Peeled Paint, Peacock Feathers, Spun Sugar, Picked Raspberry, Shaded Lilac, Dusty Concord, Mustard Seed.
ACCESSORIES: Hand Lettered Hello die by WPlus9.
WANDA!! THIS IS FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!! You ROCKED that watercoloring!
Gorgeous card Wanda. Love the pretty water-colored image. So delicate and feminine.
I agree with Tammy...you did a fabulous job. The watercoloring!!
this is amazing Wanda, gorgeous water coloring!
sparkle & shine *~*
OMG!!! Your watercolor stamping looks absolutely gorgeous, Wanda...love the stamps you used, too, and what a great sketch!!!
Looky at you watercolouring and all :) Beautifully done and love the touch of scoring for some texture. Thanks for joining us at The Curtain Call :)
Gorgeous watercoloring! It's really beautiful and I love the bit of texture you added with the scoring!
Absolutely beautiful, Wanda! I have watched Dawn's videos too, and I hope that one day I'll learn this technique. It looks like you've learned it perfectly! :-)
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