This is a card I did for a watercolor class a while back.
I'm pretty sure I never posted it here.
I used Kylie's acrylic block stamping technique for the background.
When it was dry, I stamped the flower stem with green and then the blossom
with Whisper White and heat embossed.
A swipe down the stem with an Aqua Painter gives the stem that watercolor look.
Addicted to Stamps Challenge is having an
ANYTHING GOES Week.
We've had some new visitors in our yard.
DH gave me a hummingbird feeder for our anniversary.
Some hummers finally found it.
I was on my way out the door when this guy landed in the dogwood tree over the feeder.
I never would have spotted him/her if I hadn't seen him/her fly up there.
He's (or she) so tiny!
And DD#3 got this photo outside her work building last Friday.
She said it was quite large. As near as I can find, it's an Imperial Moth.
God's creations never cease to amaze me!
Thanks for the visit.
Stamps: Summer Silhouettes, Endless Birthday Wishes (SU)
Ink: Garden Green, Whisper White, Early Espresso
Paper: 140 lb. Cold Press (Arches for design, Strathmore for card)
Other: Small Acrylic Block, Water Mister, White EP, Aqua Painter