Saturday, April 28, 2018

Watercolor Sympathy


Today I'm sharing a simple watercolor scene I created for one of my husband's coworkers that recently lost his mother.


After I had painted my scene (sky, grass, water) I applied some green paint to my tree stamp and pressed it into my watercolor background. The tree stamped directly on the card front has a bit more water mixed into the paint than the one I stamped separate and fussy cut.
For the inside I used two shades of distress ink to stamp my trees before adding a scripture over top. 

Supplies and Tools:
Dies:  Stitched Oval
Ink: Sonnet Watercolors, Mowed Lawn/Pine Forest Distress Ink (Ranger), Tuxedo Black Ink (Memento)
Misc. Watercolor Paper
Stamps: Lg. Pine Tree (Repeat Impressions), Lg. Pine Forest (Repeat Impressions), Thoughts and Prayers (Stampin' Up), Scripture (Biblical Impressions) Down by the Sea (Inkadinkado)

This post linked to:
Simon Says - Anything Goes
Time Out - Wild (the wild and wonderful outdoors)
Cardz TV - Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes

6 comments:

Audrey Pettit said...

This is so very beautiful, Esther! Love your watercolor scene, and love how you finished the inside, too. <3

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Gorgeous sympathy card. I find that they are the hardest to create, but can be the most appreciated of all the cards we send. Very peaceful scene.

Darnell said...

What a serene and beautiful work of art, Esther! It would look so lovely on canvas!! Thank you so much for joining in the TIME OUT Challenge! Hugs, Darnell

Jill Vickers said...

This is so pretty - your water colouring is just gorgeous! I love how you carried the water colouring through to the inside too! Thanks for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill

Conniecrafter said...

Oh my this is just stunning, love the watercoloring, pretty reflection too and the dimension you gave with the tree cut and popped up. Lovely inside also!

Nonni said...

Beautiful nature scene and so well executed.. I just love that reflection on the lake. Stunning! Love this scene, so peaceful. Thanks for joining us at TIME OUT!