STAMPING WITH WATERCOLOURS
I dried the card again and then placed it in the Misti, aligned the Floral Garden set on top and then inked the stamp with the various colours of Distress Ink. I didn’t overthink where I applied the colours, I just aimed for full coverage. I then misted the inks before stamping them onto the card. I filled in where I had missed a couple of spots and stamped again. And then to make sure I had that loose watercolour look I simply misted it with water and stamped again to get the watery look. I spritzed with more water droplets and then took the piece out of the Misti, dried it once more before starting to paint.
I finished off with white gouache splatter and then when dry cut the card to make two mini slimline cards. For the sentiment for one card, I paired a greeting from the Inside Family Messages set along with one from the Friendly Flowers set. I didn’t add a sentiment to the second card after a comment on my YouTube channel whereby someone pointed out that you don’t have to have a greeting on every card. I’ll keep this card and either stamp a suitable greeting on the inside, or use it as a notecard or equally I can always add a greeting on the front in the future.
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Summary of the project which gives all the views of the card in one photo :D I’d love if you pinned and called by on Pinterest :D