- broken china oxide ink - Ranger
- Turkish Rose Mica Mist - Tonic
- watercloured pencils - Derwent & Spectrum Noir
- flower image - Lisa Hedrick
- stamens - my stash
- sentiment - SU Timeless Tulips
Saturday, 11 April 2020
HAPPY EASTER, HAPPY SPRING
Good morning crafty friends
Lovely sunny day yesterday and as I'm not allowed out I spent a little time sitting in the garden with a cheeky G&T then I decided to do a little splattering in my craft room!
This is a 6" x 6" white card base with a smaller white panel on top
I added colour to the panel using a blending tool and an oxide ink. I quite like the finished look as I think it looks like a sky
I added the splatters to the coloured card and, strange that it is, the splatters aren't showing on this first card! LOL
I coloured the flower using several of the watercolour pencils in the picture and added just the ends of a few yellow stamens to the centre of the flower
The flower was then splatted with a diluted white acrylic paint. Mounting foam was added to the back and then positioned on the card
When flowers are raised like this one is I always colour the back of them so that they are
not just stark white. Once in place I drew a stem to complete the flower
A sentiment was heat embossed onto white card and added to the card
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