Friday, September 2, 2016

Lawn Fawn; Donut Worry watercolored card

It's amazing how a hobby can make you feel more like yourself. I have been away so long and decided to jump in. Oh, I have been still creating here and there.

I set a goal for myself in the beginning of 2016 to make a birthday card for all of my family this year. In years past I have skipped a few birthdays because life became to hectic. But the challenge helped and now my passion for this hobby has awaken again and I feel the need to share. Maybe my work will help inspire someone else.

Have you seen the Donut worry stamp set from Lawn Fawn? It's really cute. I've seen a few cards made with it and I really wanted to try a stamped watercolor background using the donut.

The background I watercolored after stamping the donuts and heat embossing the sprinkles with clear embossing powder.



Supplies used:

Paper- Papertrey ink; watercolor paper, dark chocolate, true black, vellum
             Neenah; solar white 80lb
             Simon Says Stamp; slate
Stamps- Lawn Fawn; Donut worry
Ink- Distress ink; gathered twig, victorian velvet
         Versafine; onyx black
         Versamagic
Dies- Spellbinders; banner, scallop circles

Hero arts clear embossing powder, wink of Stella clear, standard hole punch, glossy accents, ek Success 3d dots 1/16", multi medium matte, prima waterbrush, ATG gun


1 comment: