Thought I'd make a simple patriotic card but it looked too plain so I bumped it up by making some red, white and blue posies (Tattered Florals die cuts). Perhaps they are too large for this display but just think of them as floral fireworks...those are always big! The technique used on the watercolor paper is called Bingo Blast (from a TechniqueJunkies newsletter). The stamps are old and I don't remember who makes them (archival ink). You may not be able to see the gold (Brilliance) fireworks scattered across the U.S. I didn't care for the silver star brads but Sharpie markers changed them. The white flower I left white and sprayed it with Perfect Pearl PPs. The blue was colored with Faded Denim DI, edged with Chipped Sapphire DI, sprayed with Forever Blue PPs. The red posie has Worn Lipstick DI, edged with Fired Brick DI, then sprayed with Forever Red PPs.
Our community celebrated Independence Day yesterday with festivities around the town square, a parade, and culminated with a splendid fireworks display at one of our city parks. Check your cameras for a fireworks setting. On the Nikon Coolpix it worked great! I got lots of neat photos.
I've now seen Wendy and Tim's new stamp releases. All of Wendy's are on my 'want' list, not the case with Tim's but I'm sure he'll have new artsy toys that I'll want. Can't wait to see what he and Wendy have in store for us with add-ons.
Hope you all have a happy and safe 4th of July!