Now I've done a few online classes, some excellent, some good and some not so good. This one falls into the excellent category - which I suppose I should have guessed as Jennifer McGuire is involved and she's a real class act. And the price is brilliant too - $25.
I didn't make the live run of this class, but I think I actually prefer to work at my own pace and absorb things slowly - I find I hate to get behind in live classes and rush through the experimenting stage trying to keep up.
All this preamble leads me into sharing a card I made for Less is More's current challenge to use watercolours. And it's a card that turned out so much more than I hoped and I'm totally in love with it! Don't you just love it when things turn out better than you expected?
Our challenge is to use
First I prepared the background by applying ink to an acrylic block, spritzing it with water and stamping onto watercolour card. Once it had dried out I stamped the butterfly and then did a second generation stamping set slightly off the first to get a bit of a blurred image. I then just finished it off by stamping the sentiment. Hope you like it as much as I do!
Stamps: Uniko Studio, English Country Garden Butterflies, All Occasion Sentiments #1
Inks: SU, daffodil delight, rich razzleberry, tempting turquoise; Memento, tuxedo black
Thanks for dropping by today, I do appreciate you taking the time.
I enjoyed this class too Jane... I must admit to not keeping up with all the sessions but it is something that you can return to again and again!ReplyDelete
This is stunning I can see why you are so enamoured with it!
Thanks so much
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Gorgeous card Jane :-) I love the colours and design of this ,, absolutely stunning ! :-)ReplyDelete
Lols x x x
This is fab Jane, love the colours and your butterflyReplyDelete
Perfectly CAS card and so glad you've joined in again this week.
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Love this technique and you've done it beautifully tooReplyDelete
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Absolutely love this! The colours blend beautifully together and the colours themselves are gorgeous. It looks like you've been watercolouring for years!! I haven't tried it yet but the more projects I see like this, the more I want to give it a shot. Just have to dig out some brushes......ReplyDelete
Ooh! I love it too, fab backgroundReplyDelete
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