These pretty little flowers were perfect for a technique using distress inks – and the MISTI. I created it on watercolor paper, and between the ink being open to movement with water, and adding watercolor….it came out so very pretty!
The stamp set is out of production by now, but – so many rose stamps would be perfect with this technique!
Add a few layers of cardstock, and a little bit of dimensional adhesive – yummy!
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- Studio Katia Clear Stamps, Spring Bouquet – no longer available
- Canson XL Paper: EH – BLICK
- Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Pads:
- DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolors:
- Silver Brush Black Velvet Round #8 EH – BLICK – AMZ
Love your card, so gorgeous!
Oh wow, this is so pretty!
A great card and such a lot you have taught me in such a short amount of time Sandy about your art. I am in awe of everything you do. Thank you for sharing this with us crafters. :O)
Beautiful card. Love watching your process on the video.
WOW Sandy, that is so beautiful, soft, delicate, was so great to just watch that slowly appear in front of me. Super talent you’ve got. Thanks for the great video and advice x
Sure like how you made the inside match the front of the card. So professional yet still hand painted!
You continue to amaze Ms.A. I have a hard time not going overboard with the darks. This is lovely.
Awesome, I love the gorgeous colouring and colours! Thank you Sandy.
Got this one pinned! Love the softness of this flower!
Totally pinned it! AH-MAZING! Thanks you!
This is absolutely stunning.