Sometimes I make a card and think…..ain’t no one out there who will ever try this. My fine art pieces I don’t expect anyone to attempt, but…when it’s a card I usually try to keep it doable! But this one…well you’ll have to let me know!
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If I were to paint this as a standalone without the stamp I’d approach it differently – I’ll try to do that sometime.
But I’m hoping that something in this little nutty project helped you learn something about loosening up – even if it’s “I will NEVER do what she just did!” heehee!
Lots of hummingbird stamps are available – and will work with this technique:
- Hummingbird, Impression Obsession Clear Stamps
- Avery Elle, Hummingbird
- Folk Hummingbird, Pinkfresh Studio Clear Stamps
- Pretty Pink Posh, Hummingbird Thanks
- Impression Obsession, Humming Birds by Pink Ink
- WPlus9 Design Studio, Flora & Fauna 2
- DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Dot Chart, Sandy Allnock Palette
- Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Pads:
- Picked Raspberry
- Peeled Paint
- Peacock Feathers
- My Sweet Petunia Mini MISTI
- My Sweet Petunia MISTI
- Silver Brush Black Velvet Watercolor Brushes, Short Round 8
- Arches Cold Press Watercolor Paper Pad 9×12