Happy Friday! It feels like it’s been forever since I’ve gotten out my AI stamps to watercolor! It’s almost worth not having played with them a while because, well, it felt like having new toys! And for World Watercolor Month this gives me yet one more kind of watercolor to play with.
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The cabin can be replaced with other buildings you might have…some of the houses could work and wouldn’t have to be a “cabin” necessarily. But these cabins do have lovely windowboxes!
The markers used are “my” Tombow set at Ellen Hutson – specific colors in the 2nd pic.
You could certainly stop this card with the background trees. But why not add some foreground? It really adds some major PUNCH to the card, doesn’t it? It’s what I always say about contrast – it can make the art piece!
Recently I posted another AI watercolor card on IGTV – crazy that the two colors shown – blue and brown – turned into this! In the video I do show how to “grow” the clay pot to make the 3 sizes…it’s super easy! It uses the Clay Pot set that’s also used in Stamped Watercolor class.
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- Art Impressions Cling Stamps:
- Sandy’s Favorites Set of 20, Tombow Dual Brush Pens
- Paper options:
- Silver Brush Black Velvet, Round 8
- Princeton Aqua Elite 12 Long – Blick or AMZ
- da Vinci Series 17 Maestro Long Needle Red Sable, Size 9
- da Vinci Rotmarder set of 3 (8, 10, 12)