I started with using the Water color flowers stamp, I stamped it with distress inks on water color paper and sprayed it lightly with water. For the centers of the flowers I used a copper Pitt pen. When that had dried I die cut and heat embossed my sentiment with gold embossing powder using the Get Well Wishes stamp set. After that I smooshed some more tumbled glass distress ink on the water color panel and I splatted some glimmer mist on there too. That was set aside to dry.
I die stamped a piece of kraft card stock with the Romantic script background stamp with white pigment ink. Pigment ink takes forever to dry so I helped it along with the heat tool. Then I die cut it with scalloped frame and adhered it to my plain white card base. Then I glued my water color panel down and added some tiny moonshine sequins. So, teachers and other students did I get it right? Does my card follow the rule of threes?
My Favorite Things: Water color flowers stamp, Get Well Wishes, and Romantic script background stamp
Artist Loft 140lbs water color paper
White 110lbs card base
kraft card stock
Distress inks: Tumbled glass, Salty ocean, Mermaid lagoon, Shabby shutters, and Peeled paint
Faber- Castell Pitt pen copper
Hero Arts gold embossing powder
Tattered Angels glimmer mist Silver sugar
Simon Says Stamp Moonshine sequins
Ranger Multi medium matte