At the past few stamp shows I've attended I've been enthralled with the watercolor-style stamping by Art Impressions. I finally gave in and bought several stamp sets and markers and even took a class the company offered at a local stamp store (where I had to buy a couple more sets, naturally). I've practiced a little bit here and there, but a couple of weeks ago I decided to watercolor a few images to use on cards.
Stamps: Clay Pot (4701), Foliage (4051) (both Art Impressions)
Paper: Crumb Cake note cards and envelopes, watercolor paper (Strathmore), Summer Smooches Designer Series Paper (DSP), Sycamore Street DSP
Ink: Markers: 28 - English Red, 45 - Sepia, 6 - Brown, 17 - Steel Blue, 86 - African Violet (Marvy Le Plume II)
Accessories: Wooden leaves (Paper Source), Into the Woods Elements, metallic vintage hemp twine (Hemptique), navy grosgrain ribbon, Envelope Liner Framelits dies, Dimensionals, Mono Multi liquid glue
Now that I have this watercolor layout "mastered," I'll have to try some different scenes and images. Thanks for stopping by!