(2017 c12) Bleaching plus coloring #2, Penny Black Stamp
Experiment #2 – Bleaching an image and then coloring.
I started with watercolor paper & I used Powdered Pigments called Brusho Crystal Colors: Ultramarine Blue. Then used the same procedure as previous post of Experiment #1.
I used the Misti Stamping Tool to stamp the purple cardstock with straight bleach 3 times. (I just used a paintbrush to cover the stamp image). You can see the bleached paper on the right. I thoroughly dried and then placed in same position in the Misti again. (the px on right was taken just after I had stamped the tulips over the bleached area) For the stems and leaves I used Tim Holtz Distress Markers: Mowed Lawn, Peeled
Paint, Forrest Moss, I brushed the colors on the stamp from Penny Black stamp called First Waltz. I spritzed then stamped and dried several times to achieve the final result. Now for the tulips I used Distress Inks by Ranger Spun Sugar, Pickled Raspberry, Seedless Preserves and did the same procedure as the leaves. I adapted the technique from What would Kelly Make at Simon Says Stamp called Watercolor Stamping.
The butterfly is from Cheery Lynn Designs called Exotic Butterfly smal #2 (DL 113) & was cut from another Brusho colored watercolor paper. The sentiment was cut with Tim Holtz Alterations Die set called Celebrate by Sizzix.
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