I started with watercolor paper and the gansai tambi watercolors. I created a rainbow panel. While that dried, I grabbed the sentiment from WPlus9's Sending Sunshine stamp set. My watercolor piece was die cut using Simon Says Stamp Stitched Flourish. I used the flourish die to position the sentiment on my block for stamping so that it would follow the flow of the flourish. Using Versafine Smokey Grey ink I stamped the sentiment and the trio of raindrops.
Now I was ready for my flourish, but it wasn't dry yet, so I got out the heat gun and dried it. Sometimes I queue up a play list of crafting video's on You Tube and watch them while I craft...virtual crafty friends! I got a bit involved in a video and burned a spot on my watercolor panel...but no worries...I was able to cut around it.
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This is my second post today, my guest designing post at Merry Monday is HERE.