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Waterfront Retirement

January 23, 2018

Today’s card uses the Waterfront stamp set and once more we are following the Jackie Bolhuis’ video with the quick watercolour technique.  This card follows a similar layout to yesterday’s card but this time each of the stamps is applied and then an Aqua Painter is used to colour each image within the outlines of the stamp.  So the mountains are stamped in Soft Suede onto Shimmer White card and then the Aqua Painter is used to move the colour around within the outline of the stamp.  The mountains are stamped again but this time stamped off onto scrap paper first to give a slightly lighter colour.  The grass is stamped using Garden Green ink and there is also some ground stamped using Crumb Cake ink.  The water is stamped using Marina Mist ink.  The water is over stamped using Dapper Denim ink and the dotted image is stamped over the water using Dapper Denim ink.  This time I cut the image down to fit across the card front before attaching to Soft Suede card.  I stamped the greeting from the Wild About Flowers stamp set onto the upper left hand corner of Whisper White card using Soft Suede ink.  I attached the image panel and then stamped “retirement”, from the Wild About Flowers stamp set below the panel using Soft Suede ink.  The whole piece is attached to scored and folded Soft Suede card.

To decorate the inside I stamped the greeting from the Wild About Flowers stamp set onto Whisper White card using Soft Suede ink.

So once more another look using the same stamps, inks and basic layout.  Are you beginning to see how versatile this stamp set is?  I hope so.

Bye for now,

Kris

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