2 Ways! No Line Distress Ink Watercolor + Simon’s Limited Edition Spring Kit
Do you like to use your Distress Inks to watercolor? I’ve always enjoyed this technique! In this video, I’m using Distress Inks to color images from Simon Says Stamp’s adorable Limited Edition Spring Kit! Have you seen this kit? SO many gorgeous projects in it! I’ll be using quite a few of those kit contents to turn my colored images into two pretty cards!
I illustrated both of the stamp sets in this Spring Kit; Joys of Spring (which has florals and butterflies!) and Gnome Matter What. Both sets have coordinating dies (check out the supply list at the bottom of this post).
On the gnome card I used the Night Sky die set from Simon to add clouds; the Large Raindrops stencil was perfect for adding rain. All of the raindrops on this card feature a bit of glitter added overtop, which adds a nice contrast to the dark colors. The sentiment is from the Gnome Matter What stamp set.
My watering can image ended up on this “shabby chic” inspired design. I die cut some of the patterned paper from the kit with Simon’s Privet Branch die. Behind the watering can and leaves is a Things Transparency from Tim Holtz; that ledger print paired perfectly with one of the Prima My Sweet Wood Stickers.
Both of these cards were made using contents from Simon Says Stamp’s Limited Edition Spring Kit for 2022. Be sure to grab the kit while supplies last! Many of the kit contents can be purchased on their own if you miss out on the kit.