Friday, February 10, 2017

Tupelo Designs - Remember Moments



Hi and thanks for stopping by!  Happy Friday!  I hope you're getting ready for a great weekend!  I'm expecting a quiet weekend at home.  Lots of projects on the "to do" list at our house.. but not expecting we'll get to any of them.   It's been a long week of running around for me.  

Moriko was sick last weekend so Monday we were off to the vet, a trip to the oral surgeon for me (just a check up).. then my mammogram, and finally another dentist visit (having a crown made for the one implant that's ready to move forward).
Today I'm playing with the Altenew Moments in Time stamp set.  It's got beautiful detailed garden images and some beautiful quotes.  
I made a simple watercolor wash background using Mowed Lawn and Tumbled Glass Distress Ink.  I diluted the ink before applying it with a water brush on Tim Holtz watercolor paper.   You can find everything you need in the Tupelo Designs LLC store

The detailed image is perfect left uncolored and I'm so happy with the results - it has a fine, smooth letterpress quality on the thick watercolor paper. 

A stamping tool is another way to get a perfect impression on uneven watercolor paper since you can stamp the image more than once to get a clean impression.  Tupelo Designs LLC has different stamping tools you can choose from. 

Want to go shopping?   Tupelo Designs LLC has you covered.  They have all your favorite brands and free shipping every day with no coupon code required (USA only).  They even have loyalty reward points that turn into dollars off your next purchase!  

They've just added Mama Elephant to the store and planners with the coolest accessories from Prima!  I can't wait to buy a few little charms to hang on the rings of my planner binder!

Have a great weekend! 





Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"
Stamps | Altenew  Moments in Time
Watercolor | Ranger Distress Ink




7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful card, Jeanne! I love the subtle green and blue watercoloring you did for the background...perfect for this stamp set. This is my first time at your blog...thanks for sharing!

Pam K.

Lisa Elton said...

This is so peaceful and pretty Jeanne and brings back a memory! When I owned my flowers shop I did a window display JUST like this. A large flowering limb coming down from the ceiling with a wooden swing hanging from ropes with flowers climbing the ropes!! Wow, how's that for a moment in history!!

Kathy Bolam said...

Love the simplicity of your design, Jeanne.

Bente Sørflaten said...

Beautiful card!
Love the feeling of Spring it gives me and the quiet background you have colored for this lovely stamp image :))

Aunt Denise said...

I love the watercolor landscape design. I think I may finally give it a try! I thinki I can...I think I can. :) Thanks for sharing!

Kim Heggins said...

Sweet card....makes me wish springtime was here!

Sharron said...

Such a sweet card, Jeanne! Love the soft colored background with the black & white!