Sunday, February 28, 2016

Make It Monday #240: Watercolor Resist

Good evening dear friends!  I'm on a roll with another challenge project with Papertrey Ink!!  I have been working so hard at work lately and crafting has been the best therapy for these crazy days!!  Crafting fills my heart with so much joy and my heart is full!!!

  Here's the challenge:


--Create a project utilizing your take on the challenge. Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and watercolor resist.
and here's my take on the challenge:
I really had a hard time with this challenge.  I didn't have any rubber cement, but I did have some zip dry and it worked perfectly! I used PTI Ink Refills with a little water for watercolors and then die cut the finished product the the What the Doidle Butterfly Die.  I used an assortment of stamps and a brand new Papertrey Ink Stencil for this project.  I am just loving all the new goodies from PTI!  They really knocked their Anniversary Release out of the park!
Supplies used:
Painted Petals Stamps and Dies
What the Doodle: Butterfly Stamps and Dies
Color Pop Forals Stamps
Modern Background Stencil
Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, Bright Buttercup, Vintage Jadeite, Scarlet Jewel, and Black PTI Inks

Thank you so much for stopping by!!


jen said...

This is so incredibly pretty! LOVE the butterfly created with the resist- all the detail of the die & the watercolor work wonderfully together! And the stencil is the perfect touch! (I'm a little envious that you've got your PTI goodies already!! Still waiting on mine!)
Hope your week is less crazy & you get lots of crafty time!! :D

lexi said...

beautiful card! the resist looks great on the butterfly - and with all those other fab details. thanks for playing make it monday!!

Kathryn A said...

Love this! Your stencilled background is beautiful behind your flower and butterfly!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, this is beautiful, Kristii!

Karen B. said...

A beautiful card, glad you didn't give up!

Greta said...

The butterfly was a great choice to use for this technique, Kristi--beautiful card!