Now isn't this set the most useful ever? So versatile and fun to get creative with. I started with some multi coloured stamping.
Now I love a line of things across a card and these stamps are just perfect for that. Once the sentiment was added to the end I then drew in three black lines using a ruler to catch the eye.
Stamps: Funky Fossil, In The Meadow
Inks: Ranger distress, blueprint sketch, picked raspberry, wilted violet, mermaid lagoon, lucky clover, peacock feathers; Versafine Clair, nocturne
Card: Papermill Direct, Ocean Blue
And then I really got inky and played with the brushos. I sprinkled the powder, sprayed it with water and let it work its magic.
I chose three of the stamps and put them straight on top as silhouettes. The card was finished with a sentiment from the same set.
Stamps – Funky Fossil, In The MeadowInk: Versafine Clair, nocturne; Brusho splattered, turquoise, yellow, leaf green, ultramarine, purple
So while I had the brushos out I thought I might as well colour up my fingers a bit more and sprinkled the powders onto a baby wipe. The baby wipe effectively became my ink pad for this next card.
How beautiful do the stamps look used with this technique. Sort of blurry like looking across a field on a hot summer's day.
Stamps – Funky Fossil, In The MeadowInk: Versafine Clair, nocturne; Brusho on a wet wipe, turquoise, yellow, leaf green, ultramarine, purple
Only one more day of peeks left now. Tomorrow brings another bee stamp set, but not a bit like the first one I shared on Tuesday. Much more grungy and art journal friendly. Hope that's got you intrigued!
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