Water Colour Resist featuring Alex Syberia Design’s Cindy Lou’s Poppies
Hello fellow card makers! Today's card features Alex Syberia Designs' Cindy-Lou's Poppies Stamp Set. This card is done up in water colour with a resist technique ... super easy with a pretty result.
Two panels of Canson XL watercolour paper were cut; A2 sized for the panel and a smaller one for the die cut sentiment.
The A2 sized panel was randomly stamped with the three poppy images using Versamark ink. They were embossed in white.
The entire panel was wetted with clean water on the front and back which allows the panel to lay and dry flat on the surface.
A colour wash of red, orange and yellow using Sennelier paints was applied. The panel was left to dry.
The poppies were given an additional layer of colour on the dry panel.
The panel was cut with a stitched rectangle die and adhered to an A2 sized, top folding card base.
The small panel of water colour paper was colour washed with the colours used on the panel.
When completely dry, it was die cut with script 'thanks' from the Large Thanks Die . The shadow die from this set was used to cut both white card stock and sheet foam. The sentiment was stacked and adhered to the card.
The sentiment strip is from Expressing Gratitude Sentiments Stamp Set. This is an AWESOME stamp that has a coordinating die. Seventeen ... yes, seventeen! ... sentiments are stamped at once. I used black Versafine ink. The sentiments are cut with die ... again, all at once!
The sentiment was mounted on foam before being adhered to the card.
The card was embellished with confetti finished off with Nuvo Crystal Drops Morning Dew.
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