Monday, March 16, 2020

Wings of an Angel

Welcome back to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity where Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda collide to bring you twice the inspiration and double the fun!

Hi everyone,
it's Dot here popping by today as a Guest Designer for
Lost Coast Designs
for the Winged Things Challenge this fortnight.

This Winged Girl NS stamp was the first thing that came
to my mind for this challenge.
She has been stamped onto watercolour card and
coloured with pencils. This is such a relaxing thing for me to do.
 She was then cut out and put aside.
The daisies were also stamped onto watercolour card and cut out.
They are from the ATC Doodle Set.
I've left these uncoloured for a little contrast.

The background was made by simply swiping watercolour card
through Distress Oxides on my craft sheet.
 To layer the colours up you need to dry between layers. 
I added some Mustard Seed Oxides
by stamping it with my acrylic block onto the background.
When you use Oxides on watercolour paper the colour is quite muted.
The yellow gives a lovely pop of colour and lifts the other colours.
There is a little stenciling in the background.
And stamping with Long Swirl.

To finish off the edges have been blended with a little ink.
The girl and daisies were attached.
And then it was mat and layered onto black card.

Thanks so much LCD for having back as a Guest Designer this fortnight.

A reminder that the challenge this fortnight is 
Things With Wings.

You can enter on the blog here, or on our facebook page.
There are awesome prizes up for grabs.

I hope you check out what the team has made to inspire you
and that you are able to join in the fun.

Happy Stamping!
Dot x

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