Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Garden Hydrangea

Hello Everyone
Welcome to Team Tuesday, Ceal here sharing a card using the original MISTI and Altenew stamps. Before the MISTI came into my stamping world I would not buy layering stamps, I had tried them and no matter how I tried I always messed up when stamping them. The MISTI has solved that problem, there are so many gorgeous layering stamps like the Garden Hydrangea that I would have missed out on if I didn't have the MISTI.

To make my card I started with a piece of cold press watercolor paper and some Daniel Smith watercolor paints. I stamped the flower and the leaves in Archival ink and generously colored them, even going outside the lines, you will see why in a later picture.

Next I stamped the images again on scrap watercolor paper, colored them and then cut them out with the coordinating die 

Using foam tape I popped them up and allowed the other to show. I splattered some paint in the background to give it some texture.
I used the  ruler and the magnetic corner from the Creative Corners to help me line up the greeting.

Thanks for looking and Happy Tuesday! 


  1. Your card is gorgeous and I agree. The Misti is an awesome tool for me too!

  2. LOVELY JOB, Ceal! The colors you have chosen to use are WONDERFUL with this! AND the layers of color you've made, just make this BEAUTIFUL! SUPER JOB & I agree with you on the Misti too! :D


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