Saturday, May 9, 2015

Stately Flowers Poppy - Watercolor stamping

I had a lot of fun with this kind of watercolor stamping technique.  I used my Tombow water-based markers to color on my rubber stamp, then just stamped it onto wet watercolor paper.  I experimented with the amount of water and I liked the look with less water, then just applied a touch more coral with a wet brush.


I went ahead and aged the image with tan and brown Distress inks and a sponge.  The matte is kraft cardstock that has also been distresed with the same colors to match.  

I used a background stamp to create the card base with Distress ink over kraft cardstock.  



Supplies:

Gina K Designs Stately Flowers 1 stamp set
Tombow markers 249, 905, 845
Versafine Ink Onyx Black
Distress Inks Frayed Burlap, Tea Dye, Antique Linen
Hero Arts Woodgrain background stamp

This project will be entered into the following challenge(s):


7 comments:

  1. Lovely card! The flower is so pretty and I like the woodgrain background.

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  2. Beautiful! Lovely flowers with a beautiful background. Thanks for playing along with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

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  3. What a lovely take on the challenge! The flower is so pretty, and I love the pastel colors. That's a great woodgrain background too!

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  4. Beautiful - this is a great example of the technique. I love the background stamp too, and your colors are really pretty!! Great take on the challenge, thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Mod Squad!

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  5. Beatuiful! So soft and pretty!!!

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  6. I love how the flowers turned out. So soft and lovely! What a pretty card!

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  7. Gorgeous, will have to try this, I have only colored on my stamps and then stamped, never tried adding water, I just love the results!!

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