Hello, again! I’m back to coloring today and this time it’s all done with dies. I buy these large dies and then I hardly get around to using them because I’m always wanting to color something, so today I watercolored the die cut. This Rose Bouquet die is new to me, from a 75% off all Die-namites sale at Dies R Us recently. How could I not take advantage of that? Amazing how many dies you can pick up for a very small cost at such a discount.
I put a soft watercolor blend on the background and added glitter to the rosebuds. The sentiment is from the Power Poppy Short Stacks clear stamp set. It’s a perfect fit in the ribbon banner!
I’ll keep this short today and put the details in the recipe below. I’ll return on Wednesday with a new Double D challenge. Hope to see you then!
Stamps: Power Poppy Short Stacks sentiment Paper: 140 lb hot press watercolor, tan Hero Arts pre-cut card base, Neenah 110 lb white layered under die cut to add dimension Ink: Palette Noir (sentiment), Tombow markers for watercoloring die cut, SU! Pool Party and So Saffron for soft watercolor background Accessories: Stickles Stardust glitter, pearl, Die-namites Rose Bouquet, Spellbinders A2 Devine Eleoquence, Labels Twenty Eight, Ribbon Banners, Scotch brand foam mounting tape