I almost never create one-of-a-kind images. When I am experimenting with something , I’ll stamp the image several times so I can practice. (That’s why I still have several water colored watering can images that I’ve been using lately.) I put the extras in a box labeled “Scraps,” available at a moment’s notice for a quick card.
So when I rummaged through the box this morning, I found an image from one of my favorite SU! sets: Watercolor Garden II, which retired some time ago. Some of its stamps were designed for two-step stamping, the layering of images (like the big flower heads, above) in complementary colors to create shading and depth. Very fun to experiment with!
Stamps: Watercolor Garden II (retired)
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Mellow Moss
Paper: Mellow Moss, Regal Rose, Pink Pirouette, Whisper White
Other: Big Shot and Oval Scallop Frame Die, Backgrounds I Texturz Plate (Small Dots), 1/8″ hole punch, Signo Gel Pen, Taffeta Ribbon (Pretty in Pink), Stampin’ Dimensionals