I coloured three pieces of watercolour cardstock with Picked Raspberry, Mustard Seed and Peacock Feathers distress inks. Once they were dry, I die-cut three lemonade bottles, stacked them together and cut them into three parts.
So now, mixing and matching the pieces I can make three cards with these fun multicolour bottles!
To ground my bottles I stamped the small fruit images from the set in the same inks. For the first card, I inked the stamps, spritzed them slightly with water and then stamped them onto watercolour cardstock.
For my second card, I decided to experiment and first stamped the images and then spritzed the panel with some water. What do you think? Too messy or interesting?
My third card is a simple one-layer card.
I stamped the background with an acrylic block. I've been playing a lot with this technique recently. Here's one more card I shared a couple days ago.
I like bright colours, but sometimes we need an elegant and classy card. Here's an idea featuring Spring Floral die.
The sentiment is from the gorgeous Scripted Bold Sentiments 2 set. I used a strip of acetate to create a window and to adhere this delicate floral arrangement.
I think this card is so elegant in its simplicity. You could add a little something to it by adding a bit of gold embossing powder to the edges of the diecut.
Thank you for your time! I hope you like these ideas and are inspired to play with your stamps and dies. So which team are you: Bold & Bright or Subtle & Elegant? Let me know in the comments. Have a great day and find time for something that makes you happy!