Inspired by Jill


Last week I watched a video by Jill Foster over at Penny Black. She was watercoloring leaves and giving great instructions as always. 
Does this woman have mad coloring skills or what?

I loved her card so much I wanted to create something similar.

Of course I didn't have the exact stamps (do we ever?) I used what I had in my stash.

The watercolor panel is actually a 4" Inchie Square.
I stamped it with a script background, the leaves & berries.
Flicked a little brown paint after watercoloring image, then stamped the sentiment.

Embossed the matching panels, mounted each layer with foam adhesive as I knew I was not going to use this as a card, but rather a piece of art.

Go check out Jill's video. She just makes everything look so easy!

Thanks so much for stamping by.....

Let's go Shopping:
Inchie Arts:  4" art square
Penny Black:  Eloquence stamp set
Stampendous:  Leaf Spring stamp
Purple Onion:  Late 1800's Script stamp
Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko:  Memento Peanut Brittle ink, StazOn Ganache ink
Sakura Watercolors
Die'sire:  Elegance embossing folder

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teresa said...

Love this - artwork and sentiment!

Sandra H said...

So beautiful and the video is brilliant too!