Sunday, June 21, 2015

Use Your Stash Blog Hop - June Watercolor Fun

Welcome to the June Use Your Stash Blog Hop!  This month we have been challenged to use our Watercolor mediums on a project of our choice. If you have come here from Priscilla's Blog you are on the right track! If you get lost along the way, a full listing of participating hoppers is at the bottom of this post.

Today I'm sharing a bright and colorful 8x10" multimedia canvas I made for this challenge. I absolutely LOVE the way this one turned out with the watercolor shading and the bright pops of colors. It shouts summer time and is totally a "me" thing!
I stamped a bunch of flowers from our Wavy Blooms D1651 stamp set in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then colored in with our Watercolor Pencils and some Inktense watercolor pencils all blended with our Blending Pen. All the flowers are popped with various levels of foam tape to give a nice dimensional look.
I added a couple of lines of our Gold Polka Dot Washi Tape and then stamped the sentiment directly on the canvas with Memento.  The vase is cut from Art Philosophy but modified to make it wider.  The leaves are cut from Topiary and Pear cardstock.

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Now hop on over to Sharesa's Blog and see what she has created to share!


Shirley Ross said...

Paige, what a beautiful canvas. I love it!

scrappernic said...

Stunning! I absolutely love it!

Alyson Mayo said...

This is absolutely stunning! The colouring is perfect - the flowers are so bold, bright and cheery! What an awesome project! Definitely on my list of items to scraplift :) WOW!

NJ Stamping Queen said...

This is really beautiful, Paige! You must have had so much fun coloring in all those flowers with pencils. Thanks for sharing this gorgeous project with us.
:) Marie

Priscilla Gotham said...
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Priscilla Gotham said...

FABULOUS! This is a stunning canvas. I"m inspired to try to make one of these. considered it 'lifted' :)

Karen Day said...

What an amazing project, Paige!

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