Thursday, July 10, 2014

Crinkled Watercolors by Judy Jackson

 I hope you had a wonderful July 4th celebrating freedom in the USA -- that is if you are an American.

The technique I have to show you today is called Crinkled Watercolors from the current newsletter.  This technique is one of those when in utilizing this technique you will actually create TWO backgrounds.  That is always a plus in book! So this week I will show two cards made from this part of the "doubled technique."  Next week I will show you the next cards made from the "left overs" of today's technique.  I hope that intrigues you!

The stamp credits for this card are Hero Arts, and I think some are from Stampsmith.  However, they are unmounted stamps I do not remember who made them. The "Everything has a story" stamp is from Impression Obsession.  

The stamp credits for this card are Paper Bag Studios, Stampers Anonymous, and Impression Obsession.  This focal image started it's existence as an ATC for a swap.

Come back next week  to see the next two cards from the "left over" part from this technique!

What are you creating today?

Judy Jackson

1 comment:

Diana Enns said...

Great cards Judy. I love these backgrounds and all the elements you put together on these.