All week, well Monday and Wednesday I have been sharing projects I made with the Perennial Essence suite of products available June 4. As a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator I’m able to order early, one of the best benefits of being a demo, that and the discount of course.
Want to see the previous projects with the suite?
Click Here….See Monday's post
and Here…See Wednesday's post
Today I’m also sharing a cool technique called No Line Water coloring. You might have seen this before on cardstock but today I’ve done it on vellum.
I stamped the large flower from the Floral Essence stamp set on vellum using Sahara Sand – stamped off twice. I water colored with Flirty Flamingo – lightly on the petals and more saturated on the edges. Daffodil delight for the center. I stamped the leaves with Sahara sand, also tamped off twice. I cut the vellum down to 3-3/4 x 3-3/8 with a whisper white layer underneath that is 3-7/8 x 3-1/2.
Several of the patterns from the Perennial Essence Designer Series Paper would look lovely under this image but I liked this one the best – the one on the far right – with another layer of Whisper White on top of the Flirty Flamingo card base. Final touches include some sequins from the Woven Threads Sequin Assortment, another Sneak Peek.
Thanks for visiting today. I have one more project to share from this suite using a fancy fold that I know you will like. You can see that one on Monday May 20. Until then,