Hello there! Welcome to another round of the Stamp Review Crew hop featuring Painted Harvest. By now you MUST have seen projects made with the Painted Harvest stamp set. It seems my Pinterest and Instagram feeds are full of awesome projects using this set. This hop is full of MORE inspiration we cannot wait to share.
I got a little inky and technique'y with the two cards I'm sharing. The background on my first card turned out super cool and I'm not sure if I could replicate it. First I stamped a few of the flowers in Fresh Fig and Berry Burst ink onto watercolor paper. Then I spritzed the paper, so much so that the ink spread and bled together and the flowers almost disappeared. I let the paper dry and repeated the process once more. Once dry again I stamped a few flowers directly over where I had previously stamped the flowers. As I look at the card I think this watercolor look kind of gives the background paper a soft focus feel. Flower bokeh? Not sure what to call it but I like it.
On this second card I stamped the flower in Berry Burst onto the watercolor paper and then spritz once from about 10 inches above. We made this card at this month's card club and no two cards were exactly alike and all were gorgeous! This card uses a few more supplies than the first version. These are listed below.
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