- Sin City Stamps "Big Bold Blossoms" by Daniella Hayes
- Sin City Stamps "Seashells" Stencil
- ColourArte Twinkling H2O's
- Stewart Superior India Ink Black
- Watercolor Paper
- Molding Paste
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Hello and thank you for visiting today!! I have a super fun project to share with you! I call it "Splatter Flowers"!
I started by covering the page with shell stencils and molding paste. When it was dry I started splattering my colors. I started with yellow Twinkling H2O's and let them dry. I moved on to a light green and let it dry. Then, I made concentrated areas of color on 4 sections of the paper. I used 2 shades of blue, pink and purple. I stenciled first so the colors would flow unevenly and mix together in fun and interesting ways!
The bottom left was too much on the stencil and I didn't like how it looked. So the other 3 areas were not concentrated on a whole stencil. I made sure that it was only on the edge or side of a stenciled shell, leaving white areas inside. I LOVE how they look! I cut the 4 sections apart so they were card sized and stamped a flower on each.
WOW I LOVE THIS SO MUCH!!! I actually thought I would like this flower least because the leaves wouldn't be green but I was so wrong!! I like this one best! The abstract look is fabulous, the texture from the stencil is amazing and the splatter is awesome!!
My second favorite is the blue flower. Actually, I love this one too!! So hard to pick just one!! This is my new favorite effect to make. I know it will be used on art journal pages, canvases and more cards. I hope I find tons of other uses for this effect because it is not only beautiful, it is sooo fun to do! Splattering is always fun, isn't it???
I hope you try this super fun project for yourself! I can't wait to see what you make!
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