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Watercolour split

As you can see I am still on the watercolor kick.  I know some might think the blurring and blending is a little over done here but I like the way some of the petals and leaves float away into nothing.  To create this effect I inked up the stamp with Stampin’ Up markers and sponged the watercolor paper all over before stamping.  Then I stepped back and watched the magic.  Where the ink pooled in an unattractive way I soaked it up with paper towel.

Finishing the card was harder than creating the image.   I started by making rough edges around the image but then cut them off again.  I didn’t really want to stick any panels over the image but wanted to break up the layout a little so splitting it  seemed to be the only solution.  (well the only one that came to me)  I think this works because the focus moves from one flower over to the two flowers.

Supplies:

Stamps:  Inspired by Nature
Inks:   Pumpkin Pie, Always Artichoke, Elegant Eggplant
Cardstock:   Acquarello Watercolor Paper, Pumpkin Patch, Always Artichoke

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One Comment on “Watercolour split”

  1. Kez says:

    Heather, I just LOVE this card! The split looks terrific, the effect lots of fun and the colour combo co-incidentally one I’ve been thinking of using myself! TFS


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