Living in the country has its perks, and wouldn’t this be just one of them? I unfortunately do not have an adorable old truck like this, but it sure would be wonderful! I will have to settle for the stamp and my imagination.
This image was stamped with black stazon ink on water color paper and then adorned with a whole bunch of ink colors. I started with a pallet of six colors, but it didn’t stay there. I ended up with ten, but it called for it. That doesn’t include the colors that emerged from simple blending and colors flowing together. This kind of work is my favorite. No real rules, just lots of distressing.
The perfect companion to the card is the new copper metallic thread. It almost reminded me of barbed wire or old fence wire. I like a little of embellishment, but don’t want any distractions when I water color. The thread works for me. There was a touch of stamping on the inside panel. The splat image from the perpetual calendar set with cherry cobbler stamped off once. Yummy! I do think it would be interesting to try and paint this stamp with flames and metallic chrome. I will have to see on that.
Have a creative day!