The sun is shining and my part of the world is beginning to come alive with colour....finally.
Today's card is inspired by the challenge at Splitcoast from a Pinterest board called Timbres-Postage Stamps. Wonderful array of beautiful postage stamps to be inspired by.
These are the ones that inspired my card:
Anyone who visits my blog knows that I am having such a fun time playing with Bister and now Brushos. They are both a crystalized paint medium that you sprinkle onto your cardstock and spray with water. They are so easy to use and I just love the explosion of colour created when you add the water. Unique and different every time.
I created this piece by sprinkling green and blue Brushos onto my 90lb. watercolour paper then sprayed with water. I stamped the flower garden from Memory Box on one area of the painted background with Stazon black ink and cut it out. I mounted that onto a piece of black cardstock and was ready to pop dot it onto my card front but thought it looked sort of lost on it's own. Since I still had the rest of the painted paper left, I added it behind the image for another pop of colour.
Adding my card to these challenges:
Seize the Birthday- MAKE YOUR OWN BACKGROUND
Simon Says- CLEAN and SIMPLE
Addicted to Stamps- ANYTHING GOES
Virginia's View- LAYERS and DIMENSION
Sister Act- ANYTHING GOES
Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look. I appreciate you!
Supplies: stamp- Memory Box/ Brusho/ mini mister/ Stazon ink/ pop dots