The flowers are created with watercolor crayons – mist the stamp with water, color with crayon, mist again and stamp. I use a stamp positioner in case the image isn’t what I like so I can stamp again and sometimes all it takes is another mist. I used two colors on most of the images for shading.
The half circles are just a circle punch folded in half.
Date: Tuesday, January 17, 2006 GMT Views: 1007
Registered: July 19, 2004 Location: Asheville, NC Posts: 9229
Tue, Jan 17, 2006 @ 2:15 PM
O....M....GOODNESS!!!!!!!!!!!! This is soooo sososososososo gorgeous! I love black eyed susans, and sunflowers, too. But these 2 black eyed susans with the fresh beautiful wildflowers all around them with a teeny bit of itty bitty is positively *divine*!!! **applause**
Registered: April 22, 2005 Location: As close to water as possible.... Posts: 8206
Tue, Jan 17, 2006 @ 2:24 PM
Really beautiful card, Rox! I love your bright colors and the feeling of spring. But y'all can keep the black-eyed Susans! I planted some and now they're EVERYWHERE!!!! Can't get rid of the little creeping suckers!