...sigh...yes, another swap for convention. This is for two swaps, actually! I killed two birds with one stone because I was out of time and just couldn't come up with another design. This is called the Watercolor Crayon Wash technique. Scribble some Watercolor Crayon on the lid of a plastic stamp set holder. Spritz your stampin' sponge with water and then pick up the color with the wet sponge. Swipe it across your shimmery white cardstock. Repeat with other colors if desired. That's how I got the background for the flower spray. And again, I used the Razzleberry Lemonade DSP. Isn't it pretty? I really like it. I dyed the white taffeta ribbon Rich Razzleberry with a sponge dauber and the classic ink pad. A bit of linen thread, clear embossing, and a latte button finish it off.
What??? You don't have the Watercolor Wonder Crayons????? Well, see that button up on the right? You can click on the Idea Book & Catalog picture and that will take you directly to the online catalog, where you can order them up. Don't know what else to do with the Watercolor Wonder Crayons? How about signing up to host a workshop so that I can show you the wonderful ways to use this great product! Oh, and don't forget to select me as your demonstrator when you place that order. :-D
Thanks for stopping by the Stamping Station!