Saturday, November 14, 2020

Just Us Girls #562 - Trend Week

 It's Trend Week at Just Us Girls and Sue has chosen

Now don't let that scare you.  There are many ways to do no-line watercoloring.  Some are very good with Copics, others with Zigs, PolyChromos pencils or stencils.  For me it was easier to do the color and spritz method.
See what I mean?  I took the Penny Black Le Fleur Rouge and colored it with Zigs, spritzed with water and stamped. I did it over and over until I liked the results.  Then I splattered it with black and embossed with some Frantage that wasn't what I thought I was buying but I like it anyway.  It has some gold glitter and large white particles.  The sentiment is from PTI and the panels were cut with Hero Arts rounded corners dies.

The Design Team and our guest designer Joyce Mehrberg have some wonderful cards to inspire and encourage you to join the challenge.  If you do, you have a chance at being a guest designer.




12 comments:

  1. Your watercoloured poinsettias are beautiful Bobby! Love the deep colours you get from Zigs. xx

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  2. Every year I try to get my hands on those gorgeous Penny Black stamps to no avail... and now my bestie moved to Ohio!! OH what a world, what a world! LOL
    I think it's best to leave it to those who know just how to put them to the best use - you! This is absolutely stunning, Bobby!
    =]

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  3. This is a FABULOUS card, and a great example of the challenge. I think it would be so much fun to mass produce this for Christmas and I'm going to give it some thought. Just beautiful, you really nailed this technique! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. Wonderful card, and I love the method you chose! Great image and colors, perfect amount of water

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  5. Aaah! Beautiful poinsettias, Bobby!

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  6. Artsy, festive and dreamy, Bobby ... the frantage looks fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)

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  7. This is gorgeous! I love how you colored the stamp with Zigs getting fabulous results!

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  8. Oh Bobby this is beautiful. Simple and stunning. Love the tiny splatters.

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  9. Gorgeous! I love the look you achieved. I used to do this with rubber stamps and SU crayons. Love that look!

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