Fleeting Moment

This orchid is from the new Penny Black release. It’s a large cling stamp called ‘fleeting moment. I think it is an orchid or perhaps a lily.

I used distress inks, worn lipstick, festive berries, to ink the petals while in a stamp positioner. I inked the stems and leaves with forest moss and peeled paint. Once stamped on hot press watercolour paper I lightly spritzed the flowers.

I dried the panel before adding details to the petals with markers. To fill in the panel I inked part of the music background stamp with weathered wood distress ink. After stamping I added splatters of water and ink.

The new ‘Blooming’ release is full of flowers, as the name suggests so there will be blooms aplenty over the next few weeks.

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6 Comments on “Fleeting Moment”

  1. Jan Castle says:

    Oh sooooo pretty Heather!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  2. nancystiz says:

    Beautifully done using that technique! Love the music background, something I never thought to do. This technique can sometimes be difficult but what a fabulous job you did on this!

  3. Loll says:

    Love the organic look of your beautiful flowers that have been spritzed with water. Gorgeous colours and fabulous musical background make an amazing design Heather. xx

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