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A Songbird from India

4 CommentsThursday, 10 March 2016  |  Lesley Wharton

We are so fortunate to have such an international Design Team and one of our Guest Team members is Shilpa Nagaonkar who is a very creative and respected artist in India. She has designed this beautiful card for you to show that by adding some bright watercolours you can bring your stamped image to life. Enjoy.

A Songbird from India

by Shilpa Nagaonkar

 

Materials:

Song Thrush cling mounted stamp

Watercolour paper

Blank white folded card

Archival ink pad: Jet Black

Watercolour paints or pencils

Die cut word

3D Foam

Multi Medium: Matte

 

When I got this stamp, Song Thrush, from Chocolate Baroque I knew, it was going to be used for colorful card. I took watercolor paper and used the smooth side. I stamped the whole image on it with Ranger Black Archival Ink.

I've used artist grade watercolors here. I colored flowers, leaves and Bird first, using tone variations and then let it dry completely. Next I used dark yellow to color the background in this image.

I cut out the image leaving some white space and adhered it on another white card using foam adhesive. The word "Thanks" is a die cut from Mama Elephant, which I stuck on the panel using multi medium matte.

I hope I inspire you to be colorful and to create bright projects

Shilpa

 

 


Elaine
Thursday, 10 March 2016  |  20:14

Fantastic card, beautiful and vibrant watercolouring Shilpa.


Lesley
Friday, 11 March 2016  |  9:34

Stunning card and beautifully coloured with the vibrant colours.

Hugs
Lesley Xx


Janice Stone
Wednesday, 6 April 2016  |  20:29

Very beautiful card


Smita Shah
Friday, 8 April 2016  |  5:57

Beautiful card. Love the vibrant colours