Flower stamp, sheet of unmounted red rubber stamps
Scrapbooking, card making and mixed media stamps
The flowers are hand drawn and can easily be colored with markers, crayons and even watercolors.
For the card shown in the image gallery I used the flower stamp on the top right. To start I sprinkled a little powder PaperArtsy Infusions on StonePaper and I sprayed a little water. Immediately I sprayed some 99% alcohol (isopropanol) which has the effect of provoking an amusing reaction, indeed in contact with the alcohol the water forms small droplets. Then you just have to dry the paper with a heat gun. Do not try to dry everything, because the StonePaper would start to deform, just dry a little with heat, then you will blot the excess with an absorbent paper which will give you a subtle effect that you can rework later.
Once this background is done, all that is left to do is to stamp the design, but you will need to use a fast-drying and indelible Stazon type ink. A classic Versafine type ink will never dry on the StonePaper.
Now that the image is printed you can rework the background inside the flower, either by diluting the color with water and a brush, or by using bleach. I personally used the second method, in fact bleach allows me to get a whiter result and I can recolor my flower with watercolors or water-based markers. However, I could not use alcohol markers because I would dilute the print made with the Stazon ink.
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To be mounted on EZmount foam (sold individualy) to use on acrylic block
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