GOOD AFTERNOON FRIENDS! As you know, I slipped off to the Allentown Rubber Stamp & Paper Arts Festival on Friday. Had a great time there. Spent some time with Tracy Beck, owner of Photo Scraps, and saw a few of my students there (hey Kathy & Diane!). Came home with some new dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs and new stamps from Penny Black and Altenew. I splurged and bought a set of the 32 pan Altenew Watercolors so that I can give watercoloring another try. I’m spending today trying to get everything labeled, organized, and put away so that I can find the top of my desk and start coloring again.
I’m leaving you today with a card that I actually created last year for a class at The Queen’s Ink, but for some reason never posted after class. This is the card that got me started on making my own backgrounds and playing with mixed media. Still clean and simple, but includes stenciling with Distress Inks, stamping, heat embossing, Copic coloring, fussy cutting (this was in my pre-Scan N Cut days), and die cuts for the background layers.
Hope this inspires you to color today! Until next time ….
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Paper: Neenah Solar White 80# & 110#; X-Press It Blending Card by Copics
Stamps: Flower Garden Stamp Set CM215 by Stampers Anonymous – Tim Holtz; Papillion CMS105 by Stampers Anonymous – Tim Holtz
Inks: Memento in Tuxedo Black by Tsukineko; Versafine in Onyx Black by Tsukineko; Versamark by Tsukineko; Distress Inks in Antique Linen and Frayed Burlap
Dies: Scalloped Rectangle Stackables by Lawn Fawn; Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables by Lawn Fawn
Stencil: Bubble by Stampers Anonymous – Tim Holtz
Embellishments: Embossing Powder in Clear by Ranger; Wink of Stella in Clear by ZIG
Copics: Y32, Y35, Y38, Y05, YG17, E21, R32, R35, B32, B34, BG000
3 thoughts on “Flower Garden by Stampers Anonymous”
When you master watercolors let me know! I have that Altenew set too, and I totally stunk at this technique!
Ha! I’m probably the last person to teach you!
Good to see you too at Allentown! I watched the demo of the Altenew and loved talking with the demo person. What a challenge and the results are amazing. Still trying to get my copics to look half way decent and now found another technique that I want to try. Looking forward to your future creations, classes and demos!