I don't like to do a lot of spraying on my cling stamps, because water and glue don't play well together, so I tend to stick to photopolymer stamps for this technique, but a lot of people wash their cling stamps and have no issues with them separating from the foam - so you do whatever your preference is!
So let's peek at the cards. The first one was the one I did in the video, where I ended up overstamping the mountains to show less of the watercolor paper texture - although I do like the subtle pattern that still shows through. The big hello is this set from this Altenew set. (All supplies linked below third card.
The next one I did with my team last weekend on our FB live. I added more yellow and separated the lake a little. The sentiment is from this Altenew set.
this Simon Says Stamp set.
Today is the last day of Creativation, so I'm ready to get home and focus on spring - in my yard, on my cards, everywhere.
If you're ready to check out this waterfront stamp set and some Brusho - use host code 9YXHJ4VR for some host goodies from me - and don't forget it's Sale-a-Bration, with free items
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Here's the video - enjoy!
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Love this idea!!! Can hardly wait to try it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! What a great showcase of this set and product! You are incredible!ReplyDelete
I don't do powdered watercolors (I have enough issues with tube colors LOL), but these are so pretty. I like the variegated colors you got. Still not going to use powdered watercolors, but I like the effects other people get! :) ~ AndreaReplyDelete
Just beautiful Lydia.ReplyDelete
Lovely - do you know if it works with rubber stamps - Stampscapes are coming to mind!ReplyDelete
Hello and Happy New Year Lydia! Oooh this technique is super awesome and so inspiring! Thank you for making/sharing this tutorial! LOVED it & will be trying these powder methods for sure!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful! Thank you for sharing this technique!ReplyDelete