Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Nature Trees ~ A Fun Stampers Journey Card

I created today's card for my nephew's open house last Sunday.  I had been so busy the past week prepping and planning for my parents'  50th Anniversary open house that I kind of forgot to make my nephew's card. :(  Sunday afternoon an hour before his party started I quickly whipped out this card.  To be honest I'm not really sure what I think of it! lol  

I guess I was in the mood to watercolor, but didn't have the time to put into that like I usually do.  This was a quick "whip the colors on and hope it turns out" kind of card.  I started by stamping a few of the same tree images with Hazelnut Blend onto watercolor paper.  I guess I did second generation stamping because I inked the stamp up, stamped it on scrap paper, then stamped the image onto my watercolor paper.  Once that was on I grabbed my large blending brush and used Green Olive, Turbo Teal and Sour Lemon splashes to add leaves and the blob of grass under the trees.  I mixed them up in different ways to get varying shades of greens starting with the lightest color and getting darker each time I added more leaves and grass.  To finish it off I added two strips of Hazelnut Blend card stock at the bottom and also a bit of gold and dark roast silks mixed together. 

Hazelnut Blend
Kiwi Slice
Green Olive
Sour Lemon
Pool Play
Turbo Teal

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