Hello everyone! I played with a new stamp set by Concord and 9th to make 2 cards.
I tried the emboss resist technique with distress inks on water color paper, even though it's a really old technique I don't think it can ever go out fashion!
The background turned out to be too overpowering so I die-cut it and used it on 2 cards. The cake is colored with Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens and fussy cut.
Playing along: Paru's Card Making Challenge - Anything Goes
...well not really in Singapore, where we have similar weather all year round!! Anyway on the up side, flowers are in bloom all the year round and some of those are the most beautiful orchids I've set my eyes on.
I wanted to make a one layered card, I stamped the boots and masked them with Windsor and Newton masking fluid to create the watercolored background. I did a really bad job of coloring the boots so I had to stamp and fussy cut another set...I do love the layered look.
All stamps are from Jane's Doodles, I absolutely love all her stamps, they make me so happy :)
Hello everyone! I made a couple to freehand watercolor chevron backgrounds while I was taking the Watercolor for Cardmakers online card class. While I used the first one to make a card at that time, I didn't use the second till now. You can check out the first card here.
Hello everyone! I hope you're having a great Sunday! I spent an awesome Sunday morning crafting and now we're off to attend a birthday party......oh the joys of being a toddler's mum ;)
This is the card I made this morning. I created the watercolor background with Gansai Tambi and Windsor and Newton watercolors. I splattered some paint once the colors dried and then daubed them with a tissue. The flowers are from PTI and the sentiment is from Stamplorations.
The colors are inspired by ColourQ Challenge #335