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Winged Girl

How time flies when you are having fun stamping!  We are half way through the month using the amazing stamps from Lost Coast Designs.  We hope you have enjoyed the projects so far! 
 
I am using the unmounted Winged Girl from  
 

Supplies:
Lost Coast Designs Winged Girl Stamp
Acrylic Block
Black Ink
Embossing Powder
Watercolor Paper
Cardstock for mat
Waterbrush
Gelatos assorted colors
Spray Mist
Double-sided Tape
Niji Paints
Gold Pen
Flowers

 To start wet a piece of watercolor paper using a Waterbrush.

Scribble Gelaltos on a craft mat using it as a paint pallet.  With a waterbrush apply Gelatos to the wet paper, as pictured above.  Blend the colors as desired.  Let dry!
 
 
Once it is dry gently mist with a coordinating color.
 

Mount the Winged Girl stamp on an Acrylic Block with Double Sided Tape. 

 
Paint the Winged Girl with Niji Paints using a Water Brush. Being careful not to saturate the paper with water. Let the paints dry.

With gold pen trim the edge of the card. Mount the dry image on coordinating cardstock with Double Sided Tape. 
 
Mount stamped image on the card base.

Add flowers as desired.
 

 
Hope you have been inspired.
Please visit each day to see what the design team has created!


 
 

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