This month's challenge at ODBD is a super easy one - anything with ODBD stamps! And there are so much to choose from so I hope you can play along.
I haven't done no-line watercoloring in a while and I thought the new Tulip stamp would be perfect for this technique. And I love the result!
I first sponged a background using distress inks - Seedless Preserves, Picked Raspberry, and Squeezed Lemonade. The Circle Scalloped Rectangles was a great background die - gave interest and let the colors peep through. I then stamped the tulip on watercolor paper using Zig Clean Color Brushes and then went back and painted additional color on them. I also brushed the tulip with a clear glitter Wink of Stella brush which moved the colors a little bit more than I intended but it still came out well. The tulip was then cut with the coordinating Tulip die cut - I'm not a fan of fussy cutting! :)
I then added a script Thanks die cut using the same distress inks only more saturated.
I hope you can play along. And if you'd like more inspiration, please check out by my talented Challenge Team sisters Chris, Julie, and Robin. Remember that you have until April 2 to link to the ODBD blog.