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Watercolor Reinker Splash without Flowers?!

Oh my!  Really, you did this technique without using a flower stamp?! shock.gif Shock image by mybusiness  Why yes, yes I did!  This is an awesome coloring technique, but it’s not just for flowers.  Well, ok, many people really like it best with flowers, but have they tried it with other stamps?  All you need is an open line art image with plenty of open space to color.

Watercolor-reinker-heart(web)For this card, we used the heart from Stampin’ Up!’s Always stamp set (item #113620).  Isn’t it purty?  In an effort to make sure we had enough time in class to finish all the cards, I opted to skip the background stamping on this one.  Yeah, it looks kinda plain.  Yeah, I got a complaint.  Lesson learned!  wink.gif wink smiley image by newbornnikki  Next time I’ll gussie up the background too!  After the reinker dried, we cut out the heart, mounted it on the black, then cut the border.

Supplies Used (all Stampin’ Up!©):
Stamps – Always
Paper – Orchid Opulence, Bashful Blue, Shimmery White, Basic Black
Ink – Orchid Opulence, Bashful Blue, White Craft
Accessories – Reinkers (Orchid Opulence, Bashful Blue, Lavendar Lace), Aquapainter, Modern Label Punch, clear Embossing Powder, Bashful Blue brads, 1/16″ hand held punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals


2 Responses

  1. It looks just fine without the background stamped. Clean and simple. Tell the complainer to KMA. 🙂 MWAH!

  2. Nice blog with a nice topic. Your blog is interesting. It was nice going through it. Keep it up the good work.

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