Technique Squad Blog Hop – No Line Watercoloring

This was a challenge for me this month. I wasn’t sure what image to use for this so I started with the single bird in Free as a Bird … that didn’t work out. I chose to use the main succulent image from Simply Succulents.

I used my Stamparatus to stamp the image so I could stamp the first time on a scrap piece of paper and then on Shimmery White cardstock using Gray Granite. I actually stamped the second generation ink twice so I could see the lines. I then colored over the lines using Coastal Cabana and Old Olive watercolor pencils before moving the color around with my water painters. The pot is done the basically the same way but with a little more coloring in the image. For the background, I used some ink on my Bermuda Bay lid for a watercolor wash (I used my heat tool to dry it faster). Under the pot, I scribbled some more Coastal Cabana watercolor pencil to ground it. The main image is popped up using dimensionals.

Blog Hop Roll
Nicole Mahler
Mackenzie Grimme
JoAnn Pollock (You are here.)
Vy Tran

Stamp Sets – Simply Succulents
Die Cutting & Embossing – Potted Succulents dies
Ink – Bermuda Bay stamp pad, Gray Granite stamp pad
Paper – Shimmery White cardstock, Bermuda Bay cardstock
Accents & Embellishments – Opal Rounds
Coloring Tools – Calypso Coral, Coastal Cabana, & Old Olive watercolor pencils; Water Painters
Tools – Paper Trimmer, Simply Scored, Stamparatus, Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine, Take Your Pick, Heat tool
Adhesive – Stampin’ SEAL, Stampin’ Dimensionals

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#stampinup #cardmaking #jpollockdesigns #handmadecards #handmadecard #GDPwinner #SimplySucculentsStampinUp #SimplySucculentsStampSet #SimplySucculents

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