How are we doing this fine day?
I am here to bring you a great One Layer-esque Card. All stamps are from Hero Arts. I like the sliver of blue showing on the outside of the card it's just enough to tie back into bird.
I used all Distress Inks to stamp the layered images and the frame. Then I would take a water-brush and soften out each layer to give it a more watercolored feel. This card could be made 15 minutes or less. Just use a heating tool in between the layers. I decided to let each layer air dry.
I am entering this card into the:
A Blog Named Hero: Monthly Challenge - Watercolor
Fairy Tale Challenge: - Things with Wings
Try It Out Tuesday Challenge: Feathered Friends
heARTful Stamping Challenge: Anything Goes + Stamp
Creative Ladybirds Creations: Monthly Challenge - Anything Goes
Love to Craft Challenge: Monthly - Anything Goes
Love to Scrap Challenge: Monthly - Anything Goes
Crafty Catz: Anything Goes
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Supplies are as follows:
Paper: Strathmore 300: Smooth Bristol, Recollections: 110 lbs Blue Cardstock
Stamps: Hero Arts: Color Layering Bird & Branch and Stitched Frame
Inks (stamping): Distress Inks: Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans, Gathered Twigs, Black Soot, and Rusty Hinge
Inks (background): Distress Inks: Cracked Pistachio, Crushed Olive, Weathered Wood, Stormy Sky, Blueprint Sketch and Mermaid Lagoon
Inks (sentiment): VersaFine: Vintage Sepia
Tools: Niji: Water-brush, Fiskars: 12 Inch SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer and TripleTrack High Profile Replacement Blades Cut/Score, Style I, Recollections: Bone folder
Adhesive: Scotch: Quick Drying Tacky Glue and ATG