Wednesday, April 20, 2016

MIM Watercolor brushed lettering #246

This is a great technique.. I had this stamp in the 'dump it at the next garage sale' basket when I found it to be perfect for this challenge over at MIM  Watercolor brushed lettering.. I love it.. But

What not to do... GRRRR I was almost finished when I dropped the brush of course right in the middle.. Did I say GRRR



21 comments:

  1. Great job on your faux brush lettering. Lovely card.

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  2. WOW!! You water color artist you!! This is stunning! I love the beautiful background you created to highlight your perfectly colored sentiment! And your amazing design!!

    Sorry for the oopsie! you just need bigger sequins heeheehee!

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  3. Yes, I can definitely see how perfectly suited to this technique that sentiment image is. You did an amazing job on this card!

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  4. A beautiful card! Great brush lettering!

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  5. This is beautiful Susan! CAS and perfect brush lettering! And I say grrrrr (when I'm being polite!) quite a bit when I'm stamping!! :0)

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  6. Gorgeous! I love the shading on your lettering! Thanks for giving the faux brush lettering a go. I hope you enjoyed it (minus dropping the brush, of course -- sorry that happened)!

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  7. Gorgeous card. Love your background and color. I'm wondering how I can acquire that same stamp it's perfect for this watercolor technique.

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    1. thank you so much.. I'm sorry to say I think it's from The Angel Company who has gone out of business.. it was truly in the garage sale pile.. good thing I saved it..

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  8. You sure had a great stamp for this ! Love your card,Susan! I mess my card up last minute all the time with some kind of smudge. Sorry!

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  9. Fab brush stroke lettering & you covered up the mistake brilliantly.

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  10. Your faux brush lettering came out fabulous! I agree, this is the perfect stamp for this challenge. Great job hiding your "oops". There's not even trace to be seen. You certainly have a gift!

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    1. Thanks but ..That is the second time I did the words.. the first I dropped the brush.. its now residing in the circular file..

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  11. Beautiful technique, it's perfect!

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  12. the lettering looks fantastic, also the circles in the background, great card!

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  13. Wow, I can tell you're an artist, an amazing artist at that! Love the design of this card. However, I have no idea, at all, what you're talking about! Just where did you drop this supposed brush?!!

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    1. That is the second time I did the words.. the first I dropped the brush.. its now residing in the circular file..

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  14. Wow, just wonderful!! And this is exactly why I can't get rid of my craft things because I know at some point I'll use them! lol

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  15. Great job on your card after your mishap (so hate when that happens). Those letters look like they were hand painted from scratch!

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  16. Wow! What a perfect stamp for this challenge! You've done a marvellous job of brushing on the lettering. I have dropped my ink pad on my card fronts a few times, so I know how you feel...

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  17. Susan, pull that out of the circular file and cut around it like Ashley showed us in one of the Make It Monday challenges. It's too beautiful to toss! Your "actual" card is a real beauty and perfectly executed. Might not want to sell that stamp after all. 😀

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