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There’s a new challenge in town on Splitcoast..just started up this summer. It’s the Watercolor Wednesday Challenge & today the challenge (WCW015) is watercolored die cuts. I think the aim to watercolor on die cuts. I went about it in the opposite direction, but I hope that will still count.

This skyline die is brand new & is only pre-order right now, but will start shipping soon. I had it in my mind to make a city scene at Christmas so I rather randomly painted a piece of watercolor paper w/ greens & reds. I used Brushos & mixed the powders in a plastic palette before dropping them, wet into wet, onto the w/c paper. I used a heat gun to quickly dry it & this stopped the color from totally blending out & gave me some hard edges & the splotches I was looking for. After it was dry, I die cut it. I also die cut a piece of scratch paper & used the negative top part as a mask & sponged in the background buildings before popping the die cut version up w/ fun foam & attaching it. Before I put it all on the slimline card front, I splattered it w/ white acrylic paint, then stamped the greeting (new & also soon to be released!). A narrow stitched hill was attached on top to represent snow on the ground. I dotted some of the snow w/ stickles for a little sparkle.

Thank so much for stopping by!

 

 

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps: Christmas Phrases Lg/Sm
Paper:  Staples 110# white, lime green, Strathmore 90# watercolor 
Ink: Rubbernecker Stamps: Color Fuse inks set #4, set #11, Versafine Clair  nocturne
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps: Slimline Skyline, Stitched Hills, Slimline Nested Stitch dies, Crossover II, white Acrylic paint, Brushos Water Color Crystals, Stickles


It’s my pleasure to host the Splitcoast Inspiration Challenge (IC770) & we’re headed to a shop called Pippin Poppycock. They also have a fab Pinterest Board which is where I found my inspiration. I adore rainbows of color so THIS picture really appealed to me.


I sponged a rainbow using the different colors of Color Fuse ink then die cut a narrow panel using a Slimline die. It’s like the resizing technique except instead of making it longer, I cut just past the halfway mark, turned it around & moved the bottom of the die up, matching the stitch lines. Temporary adhesive was added to the back & I placed it on my bg panel & put it into my Misti to stamp the wildflowers. I removed the rainbow panel & stamped the wildflowers again so there wouldn’t be any white spaces. After I stamped the greeting & permanently attached the panel, I added stickles to the flowers.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

 

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps: Silhouette Wildflowers #1 , Sparkle
Paper:  Staples 110# white
Ink: Rubbernecker Stamps: Color Fuse inks set #1, set #2, set #3, set #4, set #5,set #6, set #7, set #9, set #11, Versaclair nocturne
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps:Rectangle Stitch  & Slimline Nested Stitch dies, Crossover II, Stickles, MISTI


It’s time for the Splitcoast Dare to Get Dirty Challenge, the Pandemic edition,  & I made this for my challenge. You can find all the details for the challenges HERE. You’ll need to be a Fan Club Member, so click the blue link & find out how.

For my card, I used one of my favorite floral images. It’s stamped & colored w/ Copics, then I traced the outline of a square die around the image & did a little doodling before filling in the bg w/ a black Copic. It really makes those colors on the flower pop, doesn’t it? I had to use my out of the box die cutting technique when I ran it thru the die machine to keep from cutting off the leaves & petals.

The greeting was white embossed on black & I used a stitched tag die to cut it, but only used one end. I placed the die around the greeting, cut to the midway point, then flipped the die to other side & cut to the midway point from the other direction. A piece of black & white dp was added for the bg & the main image is popped up on fun foam.

Here are the Copics I used (one of the very few times I actually used that black Copic!):

Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps: Brushed Flower #12, Flower Garden
Paper: X-Press It, Staples 110# white, black, dp (Glitz- Black & White)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Colorbox frost white pigment
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps: Rectangle Stitch, Square Stitch, Tag Stitch  dies, MISTI, Copic Sketch Markers, white embossing powder,  MISTI, Copic multi liner