Hello there, everyone! Happy Friday! Lydia here. Today, I'll be playing with the new Paint-A-Flower: Rose Floribunda Outline Stamp Set and creating my own sparkly watercolors.
Paint-A-Flower: Rosa Floribunda Outline Stamp Set
There's nothing like the love between an aunt and her niece! This set features the gorgeous Rosa Floribunda flower in a stunning bouquet of roses and leaves. Color the florals with any medium of your choice and add one of the accompanying sentiments for a truly special project.
Along with this release are two exciting bundles for watercolor lovers – Paint-A-Flower: Rosa Floribunda & Artists' Watercolor 24 Pan Set Bundle and Paint-A-Flower: Rosa Floribunda & Watercolor Essential 12 Pan Bundle.
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Stylish Cardmaking Techniques with Jenny | Video Tutorial
I started by stamping the large image from Paint-A-Flower: Rose Floribunda Outline Stamp Set onto a 4″ x 5 1/2″ panel of watercolor cardstock. I used Embossing Ink to stamp the images and then heat set using Platinum Crisp Embossing Powder. To create the sparkling watercolor look, I used Iridescent Shimmer Ink Spray as I would water. So I added this into a bowl to use easily. For the flowers, I used Rubellite and Ruby Red Watercolor Brush Markers and used the sparkly spray to move the colors about. For the leaves, I used Moss and Emerald Watercolor Brush Markers again with the spray to move the colors. Then for the background, I mixed the spray with Dusk Watercolor Brush Marker.
For the sentiment, I used Bold Thanks Die Set. I cut the larger piece using Vellum Translucent Paper. And the smaller die I cut 4 times, once from gold glitter cardstock and a few times from Navy Cardstock. I adhered all of the pieces together with the gold showing on top before adding this into place on my card.
To see how the card came together please watch the video below. Or over on YouTube:
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