I love the look of watercolor and I decided to use my stamps to create a very loose and hand-painted floral cluster. I have two cards to
share featuring a faux watercolor stamping technique using Pretty Pink Posh Wild Rose stamp.
For my first card, I arranged all of the images in a cluster as close as I possibly can and used Distress Ink to ink up the stamps.
Before stamping it on a piece of watercolor cardstock, I misted the stamp several times with water and then transferred the watered
ink onto my panel.
As the water moves and colors mix, the end result is a loose watercolor hand-painted image with very little effort.
For the second card, I left the image in place and inked the stamps with a different set of Distress Inks. This time, I added much
more water to the stamps and I added a few sprays of water to the watercolor panel before stamping. Adding more water resulted
in the ink moving and mix much more than the first panel.
After drying the panel, I stamped the outline of the stamps with black ink and heat set it in place and decided to die cut the
images. To complete this card, I added an oval frame and arranged my floral images at the bottom.
I have a video tutorial on my channel, where I share the faux water-coloring and how I created these two cards. Watch the video
below or follow the link to my YouTube Channel!
Thank you so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!
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