One thing I love playing with watercolors is that the result often surprise me. For today’s project I started creating an ombre background. And I wanted to add a subtle pattern on top. So after the first layer dried, I place the stencil on top and paint with more watercolors thinking to have the stencil pattern. Well well well the watercolors appears to have it’s own mind and I ended up with this.
Okay, the fact is some of the watecolors went underneath the stencil so I didn’t get a clear cut pattern. But I absolutely love how it turned out. It looks like a winter scene with a snowy mountain in the center. Now the question is what to do next?! I really don’t want to cut it up too much. So my Postage Stamp Infinity Dies came to the rescue!! 😀
I die cut using two of the dies, stamped sentiment and made a shaker element with the smaller die cut area. So what do you think?
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