Sunday, February 5, 2012

Stamped card with water color look

look of water color card 

Lately I am loving the soft look of water colors. This morning I decided I would make a card. I didn't have anything special in mind, but I did want to use a rubber stamp that I have had for a long time from Stampa Rosa.  I also grabbed a Tsukineko Kaleidacolor raised rainbow ink pad. The first one I put my hand on this morning was  Blue Breeze. I love how the colors are stored separated in the container so they don't bleed together.  Then the rest of the supplies...water color paper, a fine mist spray water bottle and assorted papers (Bo Bunny and Tim Holtz) and a word stamp from a 2 stamp set ($3.99) that I recently bought at Michael's with a coupon..Dare to Dream. I love words/sayings/phrase stamps...do you?

Supplies

look of water color card supplies2 look of water color card supplies1

I inked up the stamp, gave the ink a quick spray with the fine mist spray bottle and when the ink was dry on the water color paper,  I layered the piece on a Bo Bunny scrapbook paper, and then  coordinating card stock.  I was happy with how the card came out.

Have a great day. Today will be a day to sit in front of the TV. At noon the Boston Celtics basketball game is on, and then at 6 p.m. the New England Patriots Super Bowl game.  I am hoping both teams will win their games today.

I also want to show you a cool rock that I found. Pretty neat don't you think.

cool striped oval rock

Have a great Sunday.

Elaine

5 comments:

Barbara said...

Very pretty, Elaine! I think the secret to the water color look is the spray bottle. The face is precious. Your rock reminds me of many we found on the coast of the Irish Sea years ago, they all have stripes. Who knows the origin of yours?!

Vic said...

Lovely card!

Penny Duncan Creations said...

Oh I agree with Barbara...VERY pretty!!!!!! I have some of those paints and haven't used them yet........I like your results!!!!! Love seeing what you're creating!!!!

Joanne Huffman said...

A lovely card. I agree with you about the appeal of the soft look of watercolors.

Sherry Edwards said...

Very pretty card Elaine, I love that technique and must have ago at it myself again.

Hope your teams won!

The rock has the look of a toadstool top to me.

Have a great week x