Today I wanted to show you a watercolour wash technique, using Summer Silhouettes Stamp Set from Stampin’ Up! These were SWAPS I created for fellow stampers.
Stampers love to swap! Swapping lets us share our creativity, enjoy the creativity of other stampers, and gather and collect ideas. A swap is usually a card front (unless someone would like to do something extra). It can spotlight a particular technique or stamp set and can be as simple or as complex as you wish. For my swaps, I decided to highlight one of my favourite techniques – watercolour wash.
I had so much fun creating my watercolour panels! At the end of the day my hands were just as colourful hahaha, but it was an easy part.
Next step was really time-consuming: heat embossing and lots and glueing lots of sequins.
After ombre stamping 58 card fronts, heat embossing 58 watercolour panels and 58 strips of vellum, and adding over 350 sequins (!!!) my swaps were finished!
I really hope these swaps will bring some inspiration – not only to those who swapped with me but to you also.
Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day,