We all have a skill we want to master. I have always loved the look of no line watercolor, so I did my first one about a year ago with Zig's. It was far from perfect, but I loved the look. I can't say I've practiced it much and this is my first try with Distress Ink and Ink on 3. Slow and steady wins the race when it comes to watercolor. I picked up watercolor in my teens and loved the look, but those were hand drawn and then painted photo renderings. I still have them here somewhere. But that was a lot of years ago.
I fell in love with the sentiment from Colorado Craft Company...maybe it's a strange baby sentiment. But I think when I first got a glimpse of our son on that Ultrasound after our first one miscarried and I just knew this one was gonna be okay. He was the one that was the one...the one that healed my broken heart and salved over that wound in my soul. I think it evokes that feeling like no other sentiment could. So I love it and that's all that matters. Plus wouldn't that be an amazing sentiment for an adoption?!
So if you like listening to me butcher voice overs....they make me almost as nervous as speaking in front of class back in high school...shutters...have a watch. If my voice overs bug you as much as they bug me just turn the volume to mute and find some music to listen to. LOL.
Products used... Lawn Fawn You Goat this Stamp Set Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Dies Distress Reinkers- Black Soot, Walnut Stain, Vintage Photo, Stormy Sky, Spun Sugar, Forest Moss Distress Ink Cube- Lucky Clover Paint Brushes- Various sizes and brands (nothing too expensive) Canson XL Watercolor Paper Sentiment stamps from... Colorado Craft Company Love Quotes, CTMH, and Taylored Expressions Itty Bitty Sentiments, Lawn Fawn Rub-A-Dub-Dub Inks- VersaFine Onyx Black, VersaMark, and Ink on 3 Fade Out Embossing Powders in Clear Fine Detail and Distress Hickory Smoke Glaze Embellishments- Trinity Stamps and Etsy (Julie's??If you really want to know leave a comment and I will search it out.)
Thanks for watching, Jaime