The second card uses Peacock Feathers and Mustard Seed again. I love watching the colours blend! And if you don't find the colours to be deep enough, you simply drop more ink onto the paper until you achieve a colour that you're happy with. You'll get the best results if you remember how we all learned about the colour wheel in school... red + yellow = orange, blue + yellow = green etc. But I encourage you to get out your Distress Inks or a set of watercolours, and play!
Friday, April 3, 2015
I Wuff You
Ha! I love this sweet little sentiment that comes with the puppy in the Woof Set from Art Impressions. This is one of the Ai Zoo Babies - and Lora has all four Zoo Babies in the One Crazy Stamper store, so you'll want to check them out! I decided to do something different with today's cards, as I'm usually a bit of a patterned paper junkie. I love all the watercoloured backgrounds that I'm seeing on people's blogs, so I cut some small rectangles of watercolour paper, grabbed some of my mini Distress Inks and got to work. Here's what I came up with: