Hi peeps! Happy Wednesday! I have still been playing with the Many Blessings set that is available today in the new Holiday catalog! Yesterday I colored my image with Blends; today, I stamped my image with Stazon ink so I could do some loose watercoloring! Check it out:
I used the Global Design Project sketch for my layout:
I knew I wanted to use the sunflowers from the Many Blessings set, but I was struggling to find DSP that would fit the colors I wanted; I checked the new Festive Farmhouse papers and there was a lovely Mossy Meadow stripe that worked perfectly! I stamped and watercolored my flower image on watercolor paper, then diecut it:
Next, I stamped a sentiment from Itty Bitty Greetings on a panel of Crushed Curry. I ran it through the Subtles EF, and added a little strip of Mossy Meadow for the horizontal panel. Can you see the little sunflowers I stamped on there as well? So cute!
My final touch was a little banner of retired Mossy Meadow ribbon and some of the new Festive Farmhouse Cotton Twine...you get three colors and one of them just happens to be Mossy Meadow! It's nice and soft and made a great little bow:
It is so stinkin' hot here, it's nice to stamp something fall-ish, even if the weather outside doesn't feel that way!
Here's another cute photo from the wedding; this is my nephew Timmy (he's the brother of the bride as well as the contractor who did our addition) and his wife, Allyson; Timmy withstood the rain for a little while but rather than get an unmanly umbrella, opted for camouflage raingear! Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do!
Thanks for popping in--enjoy your day and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Stamps||Many Blessings, Itty Bitty Greetings|
|Card stock & Papers||Whisper White, Mossy Meadow, Watercolor, Crushed Curry, Festive Farmhouse DSP|
|Ink||Stazon, Crushed Curry, Soft Suede, Cajun Craze, Mossy Meadow, Sahara Sand|
|Accessories||Festive Farmhouse Cotton Twine, Mossy Meadow Ribbon (ret)|
|Tools||Aquapainter, Big Shot, Stitched Shapes Framelits, Subtle EF|