I am featuring my last Fall project for Art Impressions Watercolor Weekend. I thought this would be perfect for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Card Details – Watercolor Weekend | Thankful Pumpkin Trio
I used the pumpkin stamp as a container for the fall flowers. I first inked half of the pumpkin stamp with African Violet and Sepia. I wanted my pumpkins to be white, leaving off the top of the pumpkin to allow for the flowers to spill out the front and sides.
I added the leaves in Brilliant Yellow, Orange and English Red. I softened each layer after I stamped it so that I could layer each color easily. I stamped the wheat (I think that i what it is LOL) in Brilliant Yellow. I softened it and then inked the Lily stamp up with Terra Cotta and Olive Green. I then added the branch with the red berries inked with Sepia and English Red.
I cut these out using a square stitched die. I cut a piece of Sweet Mango cardstock to back the middle image.
I created the background by using alcohol inks on photo paper. I cut the shadow of the Thankful die out of this layer. I backed it on a piece of Cranberry Tart cardstock. I cut the word thankful from Sweet Mango cardstock.
Please be sure to check out my awesome team members Dot and Tricia and their Watercolor Weekend projects. Check out Art Impressions blog for all the weekend projects!
We are now entering into the Christmas holiday and my favorite time of year, WINTER! I will be back with some snowy projects and Christmas cards. Stay Tuned!!!
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Hi everyone! Today I have a quick video tutorial up on my YouTube channel where I show you how to create this Thankful Watercolor Wreath card.
I love that you can use only 4 stamps to create this wreath. This is such an easy technique that really packs a powerful punch.
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I am so pleased to join the Watercolor Guest Design team for this week’s Watercolor Weekend. We are showcasing some of the Art Impressions watercolor stamp new releases.
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I am so excited to participate in the new Art Impressions challenge -Flowers and Foliage.
Art Impressions is rolling out 5 new stamps sets and I am featuring 4 of them here. The (5) new watercolor sets being released this week are Branches, Fall Set, Fir Trees, Bird Bath and Fences Die Set.
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Hi, I am using Art Impressions Stone Bridge for today’s project for this weekends’ post for Art Impressions Watercolor Weekend. I just love these stone bridges, don’t you? It reminds me of the one in Central Park NY. It can be used for so many occasions, just add a sentiment.
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When you see Easy Watercolor Painting do you think not you? If you are like me and you love the look of watercolor paintings but you can’t paint, then I have the technique for you. I will show you an easy way to watercolor using stamps and water-based markers.
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