These colors are so pretty! You can control the intensity of them depending on how much water you add to the containers and how long you let it sit. I wanted a lighter look, so I just used a drop of water from the water brush to get a little bit of paint on the tip. I used papers and embellishments from the new Dear Lizzy and Amy Tan collections. The flowers are rub-ons.
These bright colors remind me of Spring so much! I fussy cut this yellow piece from patterned paper and added another rub-on and a flair button. I also machine stitched through all the circles. This punch technique is a great way to do mixed media if you want to try it but still want a "clean" look on your layout. Putting it together is messy, but the punched shapes make it "neat" again.
I used some Thickers for my title...Bikini Mowing...haha! My daughter looked so adorable pushing her little pink mower around the patio in her little swim suit :D
Here's one last close up of the right side of the layout. Another flair button and some tangled thread. I also used my water brush to paint some blue color around the layers.
Here's my process video...you can see how this layout was put together from start to finish! I hope you enjoy this technique as much as I did...it's really fun (and easy)!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a great day!
Aqua Huez: Hottie Pink, Little Lily, Rockin' Robin, Pot 'o Gold, Blue Me Away, Seeing Red, Green with Envy
Vibez: Jeni B Bleu, Sweetheart, Glorious Day
Coloringz: Don't Citron Me, Night Moves