I'm really "throwing it back" with these cards. The parchment style cardstock and rainbow ink pads are from years ago--been hoarding them for a looooonnnnnnnggggg time. Stampin' Up! used to sell the ink pads when I first became a demonstrator. Today, I dug out a bunch of supplies that have been sitting around literally collecting dust.
The stamp is called Watercolor Thank You, and is sold all by itself.
You can do this technique with any of our Classic Ink Pads.
After stamping, drag an Aqua Painter (filled with water, of course) over the image. Use enough water to "pull" the color, but not too much you turn the cardstock back into pulp, which is what I usually do because I squeeze the barrel of the aqua painter way too hard--hold my pencil to tight too!!!
On the autumn thank you, I added a dotted outline with a gold paint pen. I added dots to the blue thank you with a white gel pen, but it's hard to see in the photo.
To finish the card, I added ribbon, turned up one of the corners, and added a leaf die cut from the Autumn Accents Bigz die.
Watercolor Thank You Stamp
Big Shot with the Autumn Accents Bigz Die
White Gel Pen
Silver Glimmer Paper
DSP shown on the Autumn card--retired and name unknown
Non-Stampin' Up! supplies used:
Gold Paint Pen
Rainbow Ink Pads
Get those supplies out. Try a new technique. Happy Stamping! Bye for now, Maria