Melissa brought us a video on how to do Floral Impressionism
I used watercolor paper and did one layer of white embossing, then watercoloring, then another layer of embossing, and a bit of darker details with a marker.
In keeping with the impressionism theme, I created a watercolor frame. I die cut the frame from Rustic Cream and then added layers of color with water and finally embossed it with the woodgrain impression plate.
Thanks for taking a peek!
Ink: Pale Peony, Berry Sorbet, Green Parakeet, New Leaf, Fine Linen, Crumb Cake, Cocoa Bean, Dark Chocolate (PTI); Old Olive marker, Strawberry Slush marker (Stampin’Up); Versamark (Tsukineko);
Paper: Aqua Mist, White, Rustic Cream (PTI); watercolor (Ranger);
Other: Woodgrain impression plate, YOF Sweet Pea die (PTI); Rectangle Frame die (My Favorite Things); white embossing powder (Filigree);
Challenge: Floral Impressionism