Soaked the watercolor paper and started applying some yellow and then different blue and green tones. Hmmm, when to stop? When is enough enough? But my biggest problem with a piece like this is what to do with it next. I hate having to cut into it or cut it apart. It pains me.
So I opted to basically use one complete half of the background.
Thanks to the challenge at The Kraft Journal to Reuse or Recycle, I now have one less piece of cardboard box cluttering my craft room. And an artsy fartsy companion for my watercolored panel :)
I kinda like how the black sentiment jumps out at ya. And how the texture of the white CS is reminiscent of an artist's canvas. Fun, fun, fun. Speaking of which, I'm joining in the Anything Goes fun over at Simon Says Stamp too.
Thanks for looking.
Supplies Thank you:
Paper: CS American Crafts, watercolor paper, recycled box and black paper
Ink : watercolors
Tools: paint brush, die (Provocraft)