I am so excited to share my creation for my first blogpost for Lindy's Stamp Gang
In the art of watercolor, artists often use heavy watercolor paper and wet it thoroughly with a brush, and then brush watercolors onto the paper to create landscapes - this is called Wet-in-Wet. I got the idea to use the Starburst sprays (a fluid watercolor) and let the colors move and blend in a certain way. This way you get a vivid, colorful background paper, that actually needs no processing afterward. I made a video for you to see how this technique goes.
My butterflies are all stamped and embossed with Lindy's wonderful embossing powder Midnight Teal. I actually have some older jars, but they don't seem to get empty, no matter how many times I use them!
I painted my flowers and chipboard with Starburst sprays Hi Maintance magenta, Prima donna purple, Edelweiss moss green, Ponderosa Pines Olive, and Drop dead gorgeous green and Magicals shimmer powder set Drop dead diva.
I have also used the wonderful flair from Accent Scrapbooking 'life is beautiful' as my title.
And the chipboard title and branche from The Dusty Attic
And here is the video I made for you.
I would like to enter my layout for the
I was inspired by the gorgeous purple colors, the flower picture and the middle bottom picture. I am not sure what they are, but to me they let me think of butterflies. And I used butterflies a lot in my layout. From the sketch I used the two photo's on top of eachother with the title on the right.
Thank you for watching!