This week over at White Rose Crafts, the design team is focusing on Little Acres Stamps, one of the newest brands to grace the WRC shelves.
Today I thought I would create a little miss you card featuring the Cafe Dreamer stamp set while watercoloring with my distress oxides.
Below is a pictorial tutorial on how I colored up both the background and focal image.
Step One: I started by trimming some watercolor paper to 4.25×5.5 inches and pulling my distress oxides. I used Black Soot, Chipped Sapphire, Hickory Smoke, Picked Raspberry, Pumice Stone, Wilted Violet and (not pictured) Walnut Stain.
Step Two: Rub Picked Raspberry distress ink onto a glass or wipeable surface and spray with water. Smooch the watercolor paper over the wet ink. Air dry or speed things up with a heat gun. Repeat with Wilted Violet and then Chipped Sapphire.
Step Three: Blend Hickory Smoke over the entire piece of watercolor paper. Repeat with Black Soot, letting some of the hickory smoke peek through.
Step Four: Spray with water and blot dry. Splash with a bit of Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet stained water. Dry.
Step Five: Stamp out the focal images from the Cafe Dreamer stamp set onto some watercolor paper.
Step Six: Watercolor the tea cup with Chipped Sapphire.
Step Seven: Watercolor the mouse and sugar cubes with Pumice Stone.
Step Eight: Watercolor the ground with some Walnut Stain.
Step Nine: Fussy cut out the watercolor image.
Step Ten: Adhere the watercolor background to an A2 card frame. Heat emboss the sentiment onto the top corner of the background with some Ranger Super Fine White Embossing Powder. Adhere the focal image onto the bottom of the card.
I hope you enjoyed seeing how I created this distress oxide watercolored Little Acre card.
Note that all week long you can save 15% on Little Acres Stamps by using the code: Little Acres.
Make sure you share any Little Acre projects you are working on or frankly any WRC projects over on the White Rose Crafts Facebook Gallery. Until then, Happy Crafting.
This is stunning! Jo x