- Pigment Ink,
- Five Petal Flowers die (DN-1195) and
- Stamps, Watercolors, Mixed Media card stock
I used super heavyweight (140lb!) mixed media card stock, perfect for this technique, holding up well to watercoloring and stamping. I ran the card stock and the Five Petal Flowers die through my Big Shot a few times to ensure a clean cut.
I used the arrow stamp pictured and waterproof pigment ink to stamp a graphic pattern onto my flower for bit of a contrast. I added watercolor to different parts of the stamped pattern. I only used one color for shading since the die and the stamped pattern already added enough visual interest.
I decided to cut and completely color another flower, adhering the second flower behind the first to add texture.
I love quick and easy and I hope I have inspired you to get out your watercolors and start playing! Thanks so much for visiting!