Today I am sharing with you a quick stamping tip for creating a large watercolor stripe on your card. I used distress markers to color directly onto an acrylic block.
Next I spritz the block with water and stamped directly onto watercolor paper. For this card I didn't quite color with my distress markers far enough down on my acrylic block. To compensate, I simply used the block to drag the excess ink down the card front. To add more texture to the watercolor stripe next I colored with markers on the acrylic block and stamped into the watercolor stripe without spritzing the block with water. You can see how I added that texture layered in the video. I also used a Misti Tool to stamp my image to ensure I got a nice crisp black impression.
Supply List for today's card:
JustRite Papercraft Stamps: Floral Silhouettes One Clear Stamps, Script Cling Background Stamp
JustRite Dies: Joy Oval Frame Dies
Distress Markers, Ranger Black Archival Ink
Accessoiries: Watercolor Paper, Gold Embossing Powder, Heat Gun, Acrylic Block