Hello again. How are you? Good I hope.
For this post I thought that I would keep it simple and have a go at a technique that I have seen others do but, weirdly given it’s simplicity, have never done myself.
This is what I came up with.
A very simple affair as I mentioned.
This artist trading card started with some watercolour card stock onto which I stamped the ‘Thank You’ sentiment.
I then grabbed the “Illumination” set of stamps from Penny Black (which has some lovely floral designs on it) and applied colour to the stamp with my Zig Art and Graphic Twin Pens. This was then stamped directly onto the card stock and a single spritz of water mist was applied which spread the colours a little.
To finished I edged the watercolour card with black ink (to give it a hint of a border) and then mounted it onto some embossed cardstock.
I did also apply a glitter swirl to each flower however if I did this over, I would leave that bit out – a classic case of less is definitely more.
But anyway, a pretty little design none-the-less.
What do you think? Would you agree that the glitter was not needed? How would you do it differently?
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Many thanks for taking the time to read about my little mini make.
I’ll see you again soon!