Yes, it's already time for a new challenge at the Seize The Birthday challenge blog! For this 2 week challenge there is NO Toppings Option. Anything goes...as long as it's a birthday card!
I've been seeing some amazing creations by Birgit recently on Pinterest and was inspired by her work with inks and/or watercolors. HERE is a link to her blog. And a link HERE to her cards on Pinterest.
Here's what I created...
I had SO much fun playing with distress inks and water to create this card. Loved it!
The leaf was die cut from 140 lb water color paper. I smooshed ink onto my craft sheet, then misted it, generously, with water. I placed my leaf onto the wet inks and moved it around a bit.
Then...the scary part. I lifted it and turned it over to see how it looked. Success!
I dabbed a bit of darker ink around the edges of the leaf. Once the leaf was dry, I stamped the veins and used the tip of the brush to add more ink to them. I finished the leaf with a coat of Glossy Accents, letting it dry overnight before adhering the die cut leaf to my water colored card panel.
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Supply list ~
card stock: 140 lb cold press watercolor paper (Strathmore)
ink: frayed burlap, vintage photo, spiced marmalade, fired brick, barn door, walnut stain (distress inks by Ranger), vintage sepia (Versafine)
stamps: leaf prints, garden variey (Papertrey Ink)
die: leaf prints (Papertrey Ink)
other: glossy accents (Ranger), water, brushes
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