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I colored with a watercolor wonder crayon onto a stamp case creating a palette of color. I used my aqua pen to pick up the color off the palette and painted the flower with Rose Red.
For the stem, I used Wild Wasabi and for the shadow surrounding the flower, I used Bashful Blue.
Once colored, I misted the stamp with a fine spray of water (I think Ranger Mini Misters are great for this). I made sure that the water was covering the stamp, but you don't want big pools of water either, so you may have to practice this technique as I did to get the hang of it. Once you like the water distribution on the stamp, stamp your image over the outline.
The scrunched ribbon was done using the technique I described in this Sweet Heart Cup Valentine post.
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Stampin' Up! Supplies used:Stamp Sets: Awash with Flowers (wood 117062, clear mount 120549), Your A Gem (wood 122268, clear mount 122270), Medallion (115223)
Paper: River Rock (108640), Baja Breeze (111352), Watercolor, Very Vanilla (101650), First Edition Specialty Designer Series (121878)
Ink: River Rock (109010), Staz On jet black (101406)
Watercolor Wonder Crayons: Subtles (119802)
Accessories: Baja Breeze seam binding (122331), Antique Brads (117273), Basic Pearls (119247)
Tools: 1 3/8 x 5/8 oval punch (119863), Modern Label punch (119849), Scallop Trim Border punch (118870)