This is Anila from Mumbai, India with a new post today.
I am sharing two decorative wall/tabletop pieces using the Watercolour cold pressed handmade panels. They come in two different sizes 8″x8″ and 6″x6″. I have used one of each today.
Here’s what I am sharing today!
I took the 8″x8″ panel and the Anemone stencil. Adhered the stencil firmly on the panel using a Washi tape. Using Memento marker, I traced the outline of the entire design on the panel (I began with a pencil, but later traced directly with the marker)
After tracing the design completely, I coloured the entire design using Zig markers and an Aqua pen.
Once coloured, I added some fine details to the design using Polychromos pencils.
Added all the details and shading to the design. I reinforced the outline again with the marker to make it little bold. Did some detailed markings with the marker. I placed the stencil over the design again and this time added sparkle pastes to the centres of the flowers.
Stamped the sentiment from my stash.
Next, using Whipped cream Sparkle paste, I stencilled some designs on the empty parts of the panel. I have used the Chevron stencil and the Baroque design stencil. After this dried, I added some transparent dew drops to add some effect to the panel.
That completes my first panel. Here are some pictures showing the final outcome.
For the second panel, I took the 6″x6″ panel. I have used the Little Birdie’s newly released Poppy Wishes stamp set. I stamped the image on the panel using black permanent ink. Coloured the image using Zig markers. Colour washed outside the image using light blue ink. Added the centre details using a black marker. I used the die-cut alphabets to create the sentiment. Adhered it to the panel. Using whipped cream sparkle paste, I stencilled the chevron design on the empty sides of the panel.
That’s all from my end today. Thank you for stopping by!