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Tiny watercolour

Watercoloured snowman Heather Telford

Penny Black has a set of two slapstick cling stamps depicting sweet snowy scenes. One shows a church and decorated tree, the other is above. I used distress stains and  Memento markers to colour this little snow scape after I had embossed it with clear powder. I added water as I coloured, to blend and spread the ink. I think the foreground ink blend makes the snow man  look like he is standing on ice rather than snow. After a storm last night we have plenty of both snow and ice.

You might be interested to know that One Layer Wednesday is currently having a make-over. The team has some exciting new plans we will share when we kick off again in the new year.

Supplies:

Stamps:  White Christmas, Silent Night (PB)
Inks: Distress stains Faded Jeans, Broken China,  & Memento Markers Cottage Ivy, Lady Bug, Tangelo, Dandelion & Versamark
Cardstock: Fabriano 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, Neenah Solar White

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7 Comments on “Tiny watercolour”

  1. Helen G. says:

    Heather, I am so inspired by your cards every day I read your post! They are so gorgeous!!!

  2. marcyb123123 says:

    Your work is always an inspiration. Thank you.

  3. Tirpuunen says:

    This is gorgeous! Love it!

  4. Gabby says:

    Nice stamp, lovely coloring! Your snow and snowman shading looks so good … wish I could. 🙂

  5. Adorable and beautifully painted! Bravo!

  6. Lindsey says:

    This tiny scene is utterly adorable — the pensive snowman is so sweet.


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