Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Happy Little Stampers - Watercolour

Another month has flown by and it's time for a new challenge at Happy Little Stampers. The first one of course is the Watercolour Challenge. An easy optional twist as well!


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I decided to use NBUS stamp from Simon Says Stamp, which I had been wanting to use. I stamped 
and coloured it with SU markers and a water brush. So far so good but thought a few splatters would add some interest, so added some gold ones which I promptly smudged. Rather than completely start again I fussy cut the flowers - it would probably have been quicker to stamp and paint again! Then stuck it to a white card blank and added the sentiment. I still think it needs some splatters, but have decided not to tempt fate again!

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7 comments:

  1. That is a gorgeous stamp with lovely colours and a super CAS card.

    Kath x

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  2. Those flowers are so pretty Sue and even without the splatters it is such a great CAS design.
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  3. This is gorgeous with or without splatters! I love this stamp and the way you used it and colored it is STUNNING!

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  4. Beautiful stamp and beautifully coloured Sue. Love the border edges on your card and your simple sentiment is a great finisher. Shame about the splatters. They certainly can be hit and miss.

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  5. I actually love with watercolouring, that if you make a mistake you can fussy cut and keep your work. This is beautiful Sue! xx

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  6. LOL! I have so often ruined a card with splatters! I'm glad you could save these beautiful flowers by fussy cutting!

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  7. A completely different interpretation of this stamp, but just as beautiful as the Angie card. I love white background, your flowers contrast with it great.
    BożenA xx

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