Friday, April 21, 2023

Tim Holtz Stamper's Anonymous Everyday 2023 - Tiny Prints Everyday Art Watercolor Stenciled Blooms Note Quote Cards

I'm back again this week, with the second make from the Tim Holtz Stamper's Anonymous Everyday LIVE.  This time I used the Tiny Prints and Note Quotes Stamp Sets, along with most of the stencils from the Everyday Art Elements Layering Stencils. I had such fun with these, and those stencils have limitless possibilities....I just LOVE them! You can create just about anything with them. AND, for the first time ever, I used the stencils to watercolor....never have even tried doing that, and I love the end results. Enjoy!
I cut two Watercolor Cardstock pieces to about 4x4.5 inches, one for each flower. For the pansy, I applied Lost Shadow Distress Ink to the white mat and added a bit of water. Starting more on the right side, I laid the solid flower image up towards the top, and using a Broad Waterbrush, I picked up the ink and brushed it over the open flower. I did this so I could see exactly where the flower was before I started adding the color and Lost Shadow was perfect for that. I added Rustic Wilderness to the mat and added the long stem and fluffy leaf using the stencils and Broad brush. 

I used Tumbled Glass for the sky, and Twisted Citron for the grass, applying them both to the mat and picking up with the Broad Brush. 

I applied Dusty Concord over the top of the flower and Mustard Seed to the lower with the brush. Then I laid the flower sections stencil on the flower and inked in Villainous Potion to the top and more Mustard Seed but darker on the bottom, then brushed it out some with the brush. I added the half circles and oblong parts of the stencils to the leaf area and used Twisted Citron. I inked in the circles in the sky with Tumbled Glass and the grassy area with Twisted Citron.

For some more depth to the flower, I used Distress Watercolor Pencils and the Detail Waterbrush to add some details to the flower, especially the white around each petal and the center. 

For the tulip, I watercolored in the rainbow looking part with Kitsch Flamingo, and the stem and oblong part for the leaves with Twisted Citron using the Broad Waterbrush. 
I did the sky and grass the same as the other. I used Picked Raspberry and the Broad Waterbrush to color in the open areas on the tulip.

Using that same oblong part on the stencil, I watercolored in the leaves with Twisted Citron, and then used it again with Picked Raspberry to add some more petals to the tulip to give it depth. 

I stenciled in the circles for the sky and grass the same as above. Then using the Pencils I added more detail to the tulip, especially the white outlines on the tulip. 

 For the background, I cut more Watercolor Cardstock to 4.5 x 6.5 and added the Tiny Prints Background Stamp to the platform. I inked over it using both Twisted Citron and Rustic Wilderness, then I lightly misted the stamp with water and stamped the image. When dry, I stamped over it again using Crushed Olive Distress Archival Ink. 

I stamped the solid square (turned diamond wise) in Kitsch Flamingo several times on one and Villainous Potion just twice on the other. Then I stamped the outline in Distress Embossing Ink and poured White Embossing Powder over and heat embossed. I did the same with the Note Quote Sentiment. I also used an Embossing Pen to outline each flower, stem, and leaves, and heat embossed in the white. I mounted pink and purple cardstock to the opposite side of the stamped leaves after I torn the facing in edge. I tore the facing in edge of each flower part and then mounted those. Then I stitched around the the card in brown thread, and inked the edges in Gathered Twigs on the leaf side and Tumbled Glass and Twisted Citron on the flower side. I mounted these onto the same colored cardstock cut to 4 7/8 x 6 7/8, and then onto Kraft Cardstock base cards cut and folded to 5 x 7 inches, and inked that in Gathered Twigs.

(Broad Waterbrush, Water Mister, Ink Blending Tools, Detail Waterbrush, Stamp Platform, Paper Trimmer, Two Sided Tape, Scissors, Heat Tool)
-Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Cardstock
-Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Lost Shadow, Mustard Seed, Twisted Citron, Rustic Wilderness, Dusty Concord, Villainous Potion, Kitsch Flamingo, Picked Raspberry, Tumbled Glass, Gathered Twigs, Embossing Ink
-Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz Elements Stencils: Everyday Art 
-Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Pencils:  Mustard Seed, Twisted Citron, Rustic Wilderness, Kitsch Flamingo, Picked Raspberry, Villainous Potion, Picket Fence
-Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz Stamp Set: Tiny Prints, Note Quotes 
-Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Archival Ink: Crushed Olive
-Ranger Surfaces: Kraft Cardstock
-Core'dinations Tim Holtz Adirondack Collection Cardstock
-Ranger Embossing Powder: White -Ranger Embossing Pen
Thank you so very much for coming by here today. I will be back again soon with one more make using these same goodies above plus a few more stencils. Until then,  I hope your hands get creatively dirty soon!

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