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Love, love, love

Love Heather Telford

I have another brushstroke stamp featured on today’s card coloured in a loose watery style using Memento markers. To begin I taped a piece of watercolour paper to a cutting mat with painter’s tape. I inked the ‘Poise’ stamp with Memento Northern Pine, Rhubarb Stalk and Love Letter markers, spritzed it and stamped it onto the watercolour panel. I stamped two more flowers to fill the panel then spritzed lightly to let the colour bleed and blend.

For added texture and background I applied Memento Love Letter ink to the heart stamp from ‘So Very Much’ set and stamped down either side of the panel to create partial imprints of text. With a waterbrush I added some diluted Love Letter ink to the edges of the panel, blurring some of the text as I went. For a darker red I diluted Rhubarb stalk ink in the same way.

On a scrap of watercolour paper I painted Rhubarb Stalk and Love Letter ink, spritzed it to blend then dried it with a heat tool so I could cut three “loves” using the die from the ‘Heartfelt’ set. The watercolour panel is matted with Coral Reef mix & match paper then attached to a Neenah Natural White card base. Once again I stamped parts of the heart stamp  in Wheat versamagic ink down both sides of card base front.

Supplies:

Stamps: Poise, So Very Much(PB)
Creative Dies: Heartfelt (PB)
Inks:Memento Northern Pine, Rhubarb Stalk, Love Letter markers & Versamagic Wheat chalk ink (Imagine Craft/Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Fabriano hotpressed 100% cotton watercolour paper, Coral reef mix & match paper, Neenah Natural White cardstock

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5 Comments on “Love, love, love”

  1. Pat says:

    This is beautiful Heather and I love the bits of text in the background for added interest. This stamp so suits the watery technique. x

  2. Sharon Madson says:

    Beautifully done. Thank you for sharing your technique. I think I will be brave and try it.

  3. Lindsey says:

    So pretty! The delicate flowers are perfect with the equally delicate die cut words. I’ll have to try Love Letter and Rhubarb Stalk together, they certainly work well here!

  4. Lisa F. says:

    Beautiful card. I love, love, love it!


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