To stamp these Texana bluebonnets (our beloved state flower of Texas, which you know very well by now if you've been reading my Texas Tuesday posts! :-) ), I dipped the watercolor crayon into water and then colored directly onto the stamp. I had no idea that was even possible!! I love the look - very watercolory and pretty. I stamped these in class and then put them onto a card at home, combining the image with one of my very favorite Texas messages from Deadbeat Designs.
Joyce Meyer taught the class - she's a wonderful instructor and artist. She designs a line of stamps (Jam'n Stamps) that are sold through Texana Designs. She does most (all?) of her drawings in a single line. So cool! Here are a few of the other samples I colored in class.
Fun stuff! Now don't forget to check out what my fellow Texas Tuesday-ers were up to this week, their blogs are listed over there on the sidebar.
Thanks for stopping by!
- Stamps: Bluebonnet from Texana Designs, message from Deadbeat Designs
- Paper: SU Ballet Blue, Hero Arts Kraft, Memory Box Minuet DP, white index paper
- Ink: Vintage Photo Distress Ink
- Accessories: SU Watercolor Crayons, Spellbinders die, SU scallop edge punch, Swiss Dots embossing folder, Mini Attacher (stapler), hemp twine