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Today I am playing with a Concord and 9th rotation stamp for my fall themed project. I thought I would get a little experimental using some watercolor paper and my distress oxides flooded with spritzed water and see the look I got.
I started with a little Mustard Seed and my stamping platform. I made sure to really spritz the stamp before I stamped.
After rotating my watercolor paper, I stamped again with some Bundled Sage
My third ration was stamped with a little Brushed Corduroy.
Finally, I stamped the leaves in Rusty Hinge.
I wanted to add a little bit of red, so I hand stamp in a leaf stamp with a little Fired Brick.
I stamped out the word ‘Thankful’ onto some printed paper. I adhere the strip of brown printed paper to the water color paper, and then adhered the watercolor paper to an A2 card frame.
I stamped by hand the rest of the sentiment, loving how the whole effect looked.
I finished off the card with a couple of red enamel dots, loving the extra pop of color they gave.
I am loving how watercolored this card ended up looking without much actual effort. And I am loving the colors. It feels just like fall to me.
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