Well, I started with a triple, then a double, and now a single. Any guesses on what the prospects are for tomorrow….?? LOL. 😉
I recently bought a package of watercolor pencils, and I’ve been wanting to try them. I had a little personal time while watching some college softball on TV Saturday, so I grabbed a few supplies to try a rudimentary water-colored panel. The Retro Sketches #62 challenge looked like it would work for what I was creating, but I did flip the sketch 180.
Not too bad for a first attempt, I suppose.
The background is Smokey Shadow, though it looks pretty black here. I’ve been on a Smokey Shadow kick lately. I embossed that panel with the Wood Grain impression plate. I stamped one of the Long Stem Silhouettes images onto the focal panel and then added some white embroidery floss and a banner with a Gracious Vases sentiment stamped onto it, also in the Smokey Shadow color.
Very clean and simple here today.
Thanks for stopping by today. 😉
Stamps: Long Stem Silhouettes (Sweet & Sassy Stamps); Gracious Vases (PTI)
Paper/Cardstock: White Cardstock (Xpedx); Watercolor Paper (Strathmore); Smokey Shadow Cardstock (PTI)
Inks: Tuxedo Black (Memento); Smokey Shadow (PTI); Watercolor Pencils (Sargent Art)
Embellishments: White Embroidery Floss
Tools: Wood Grain Impression Plate (PTI)