So happy to share a card with you today using the NEW Artsy Flower Parts stamp set from the New Beginnings release available today! Such sweet flowers! I love this set already!
I spritzed a piece of Canson Montval watercolor paper with water and then stamped the images inked with Distress Inks. After everything was inked and stamped I spritzed with water again to cause the inks to bleed. I kept it in the MISTI stamping tool to dry so the magnets held it down to keep it from warping.
Here’s a capture of the layered up wishing die cut. I die cut it three times and glued them together with Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue.
I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder on black card-stock and trimmed it with an Omnigrid ruler and finger knife.
Tied on some twine, layered it on black card-stock and then on this celery green card-base.
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – For a special lady/girl
Seize the Birthday – anything goes birthday
You can click on the logo to go to the new release. The products I used are linked below in Inlinkz.
Thanks so much for stopping by again this week! Happy creating!
Products I used to make this card…
19 thoughts on “Simon Says Stamp New Beginnings Release…Artsy Flower Parts”
So pretty – and love your hint to leave the paper in the misti so it can dry without warping. Love these flowers.
I would’ve never thought about wetting the paper before stamping. Great idea! So pretty!!
Beautiful as usual! My watercolor always just look like color blobs!!!!
More new stuff to love and you made it look so amazing! Wow! Love all those fabulous watery colors!
So cool Pam….such an easy way to give shadows….nicely done
Well that turned out just beautifully! I love the bright springy colors and the stamping on the wet paper looks amazing! Great photos too by the way 😉
I just love the Artsy Flower Parts. What a fun watercolor technique, Pam! Your card is a lovely breath of Springtime! ♡
Great tip… wetting and keeping in the MISTI to dry… but can I ask, how did you stop the magnets from leaving indentations if the paper was wet?
Beautiful colours, btw. X
Beautiful card Pam, I have not tried this method will need to try this, gorgeous effect!
Well this screams SPRING!!! Lovely Pam, those flowers are pretty with that technique.
Love this card, Pamphlet. It’s really clever. And beautiful!
I mean Pam!!! Darn auto correct…
Wow! Looking gorgeous! Love the watercolor effect you’ve achieved with misting it like that.
Gorgeous card. W ish I could be at club today to see it IRL !!!!!
LOVE the way you let the watercolor bleed! What an awesome effect! This is just gorgeous!
Beautiful colors and coloring Pam! Thanks for all the great tips!
What a beautiful, vibrant card and wonderful colouring!
Oh what a brilliant job with the new stamps absolutely love your card. Now I need to add yet another stamp set to my wish list.
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What a pretty card! Great tip on using the Misti! It has more uses than just stamping! 🙂