Today is about stamping a background, which was the call for the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine. I had so many ideas but this one has been on my ‘to do’ list for so long that I just went with it.
Thanks for stopping by, I’ll be back with another video in a couple of days.
Other Supplies: Kuretake Gansai Tambi – No44 – Light Brown, No46 Brown, No47 Dark Brown. Inktense Pencils – Antique White, Oak, Neutral Grey, Leaf Green, Spring Green, Ionion Green, Vivid Green, Burnt Orange, Sun Yellow, Sicilian Yellow, Dark Aquamarine.
19 thoughts on “Garden Grow – Stamping a Background Publication!”
Beautiful watercoloring, Therese! I’m ashamed to say that I have this set, and have no ideas how to use it…but, you nailed it! Perfect sentiment, too!
Barb… read my comment below =] =]
Therese I adore this set … you’ve created the most wonderful ‘patterned paper’ all your own!
Now, I’m off to Barb’s house to borrow that set of hers!!! Ha!!! In my dreams – but wouldn’t be the first time I drove from Michigan to New Jersey in one trip!
This is just gorgeous. I have a similar stamp set to this one, so I may put this on my “to do” list. Thank you for sharing.
Love the colors, love the stamping. Wish it were Spring here.
What a wonderfully made background, Therese! A very cheery card, indeed!
Love it , perfect way to ise these stamps.
Use even lol
Congrats on your publication. Fab background OLC.
Love love LOVE! Your watercoloring is perfection!
This so darling, Therese. I love how you fit in all those little images onto the card and the coloring is so perfect.
Adorable background. ☺ Congrats on your latest publication. The bird cards are so cute and you even got highlighted as a designer. Well done!
You nailed it! I love this technique – the loose water colouring is so effective!
This is beautiful!!
Delightful design and watercolouring, it looks so artistic. Those Gansai Tambi look wonderful too, I’ve not tried those but they do look very good. Beautiful card XX
Cute and so fun, Therese … that loose watercolouring is just brilliant … perfect with those whimsical images! Hugs, Anita 🙂
This is amazing Therese. So beautiful and full of interest.
That’s the sort of watercolour look I strive for, you’re card is gorgeous and I love the simple font/sentiment to contrast the busy background.