Addicted to Stamps and More. I just reread the rules for this challenge and it says you can use just about anything to make your card. If you have questions, check the tab at the top of the blog for the rules of each of the challenges.
here. I placed the stamp in my MISTI and colored the individual sections of the stamp with Distress Markers. After each color I misted the stamp and then moved some of the color around with a brush. I kept coloring and stamping until I liked the result. I should have stopped there but went on to paint the background and that didn't quite go as I would have liked but I pressed on and splattered with Black Soot and white acrylic paint.
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Oh my goodness this is so PRETTY! You should frame this Bobby!ReplyDelete
Hi Bobby!! What a gorgeous card!!! I love that bright pop of red!!ReplyDelete
So beautiful! Love the coloring. And I really like the blue background.ReplyDelete
Wow! This is beautiful.ReplyDelete
We are our own worst critics aren't we?
I think your background is just perfect.
What a gorgeous card Bobby. That is such a great technique and I think your background looks very arty!ReplyDelete
I have seen the Video thanks for the Link BobbyReplyDelete
and your card is awesome
love all the colors here
great DT card always teammate
hugs from me in Germany
This is a work of art, Bobby!ReplyDelete
WOW! You've created a work of art here that, as others have mentioned, warrants framing! I think the background is marvelous. In awe...totally!ReplyDelete
I really like this Bobby, everytime I see one of these PB stamps I have itchy fingers and end up looking to buy. So far I've not succumbed to purchasing yet but it's getting harder to resist! :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous watercolouring, Bobby. You have mastered this technique. This is truly a work of art. xxReplyDelete
Awesome watercoloring, Bobby! Love the technique.ReplyDelete
Wow, Bobby, what a stunning card ... you've showcased this colour/spritz/repeat technique so beautifully! Seems as though I'm looking through a window at that gorgeous berry sprig ... such a fantastic sense of depth! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete