Create your own background stamp with some markers, a clear block, and a bit of water. What do you think?
Crushed Curry A-2
Mossy Meadow 5-3/8 x 4-1/8
Watercolor 5-1/4 x 4
Basic White 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)
Tuxedo Black Memento
Clear Block Watercolor
Clear Block "D"
First, I colored my block using markers.
I then misted it with a bit of water.
Next, I stamped my watercolor panel and allowed a few seconds for the ink to soak into the paper.
Once dry, (less than a minute) I stamped my image and sentiment.
I adhered the panel to the Mossy Meadow panel and then onto the card front.
Lastly, I adhered the Basic White panel to the inside of the card.
You can easily add embellishments of your choice or change the sentiment to suit your current need.
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I love the technique you used to get the square of color! I haven't used it, but I plan on it when I get my craft room back! Nice, simple and effective card!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Fonda. I have played with this technique a few times. I have also used various sizes of blocks too. I especially like how the colors bleed and blend together. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.Delete
Sally, that square of color looks fabulous and I love the tree. Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Thank you so very much, Jeanette. I appreciate you taking the time to visit and comment. Blessings.Delete
Love the background you created for your silhouette tree. Great colors.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Lisa. I have used the same color combo, but always get a different result. I love that it would never be exactly the same. Thanks for dropping by and taking a peek. Much appreciated.Delete