pointillism which has always fascinated me.
First, I subtly sponged one of the stencils I recently made with my Cameo. I concentrated on the middle only to give a fade out effect on the edges. Next I inked up the stem with a couple of different greens then stamped again with a different green. The ink beaded up nicely on the clear stamp for the pointillism effect. The same goes for the flower--first yellow, then orange and brown center. I re-stamped in orange. The sentiment is done in brown. I originally was going to make this a one-layer card but seemed stark so I mounted on a soothing feel-good blue.
The Details: Papertrey Ink white cardstock, Bazzill Basics Icy Mint cardstock, Penny Black Petal Power stamps, Stampin' Up Versatile Verses sentiment (NBUS), and Distress Ink in Walnut Stain, Mowed Grass, Tumbled Glass, Bundled Sage, Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, lattice stencil made with my Cameo and stencil plastic
I'm entering this in Less is More #182 Anything Goes, Little Tangles #41 Stencils