Watercolor vs Doodle Rudbeckia by Ellie Knol

Good day to you all ! I hope you are doing fine... 

Ellie here today! 


Having only one stamp does not mean you cannot fill a card with it! 


 Use sticky paper to create a mask of the Rudbeckia stamp from the Doodle Flowers stamp set...   


Stamp several images using a mask.
I like to stamp with Versafine Onyx Black and heat emboss it with clear embossing powder. 


Cut along the top edge of the flowers as shown, leaving a white border. 


Color the petals with a liquid watercolor by first wetting the petal randomly (don't cover the whole petal with water). Drop color into the water, one color at a time. I used Röhrer and Klingner here.  


Drop different colors into the water on the wet petal until you are satisfied with the result. 


A close up of the water puddle. Leave to dry before continuing onto petals that are next to one another. 


Don't cover the whole petal with color, leave some white space. 


Splatter onto the right hand side of the cardbase with one of the colors. Leave to dry.
Stamp the Vintage Script along the bottom of the splattered part of the card in second generation stamping.   

Adhere the flowers to the cardbase.
It's really easy to create a border of flowers this way.
The 'Van harte' is a dutch sentiment; a diecut from colored cardstock. 


Thank you for your visit today and have a creative week!
Take care! 

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Comments

Susanne Rose said…
Oh I love this idea!!! Your card turned out super pretty!!!

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