Monday, May 25, 2015

MOJO with Akashiya Sai and Penny Black

Happy Monday and  Memorial Day to all,
This is a day  on which those who died in active military service are remembered.  We also take this day to visit the graves of our love ones and place wreaths or flowers on them.
I received some new items and I thought I would share them with you today while participating in the challenge at MojoMonday.blogspot.com. (MOJO 399). I'm learning how to watercolor and stamp in the craft department.  So for this very moment, excuse the mistakes. I'm using suggestions from Pinterest and YouTube.  I'm going to practice until I can become proficient.  My new items are Akashiya Sai Watercolor Brush Pen (20 Color Set), Penny Black's blooming garden clear stamp set and I also picked up Pentel's Aquash Brush  water brushes.
Recent Purchase: Akashiya Sai Watercolor Brush Pen 20 Color Set; Penny Black  blooming garden stamp set; Pentel Arts Aquash Brush

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Enabler's List: black, yellow and red cardstock, strip of newspaper; Darice embossing folder; Penny Black blooming garden (poppy); Akashiya Sai watercolor brush (red); Aquash Brush with water; foam dots. Technique: the poppy was stamped on the newspaper and also on watercolor paper (pieces from the water color paper were cut out and adhered to the stamped image...giving it a 3D look), then the paper was torn around the flower and adhered to the second mat from the card base (black).  This base was adhere to the 1st mat (yellow) and then adhered to the card ( 4.25 by 5.5). The top mat (red) was torn around the newspaper and adhered to the black mat using foam dots for a 3D effect.

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black, yellow, and red cardstock; watercolor paper; Penny Black blooming garden stamp (poppy); Akashiya Sai Watercolor Brush Pen (red); Pentel Aquash Brush with water; Tim Holtz's distress ink (tattered rose, mustard seed and tumbled glass) Spellbinders Circle die; Technique: Followed the sketch given by Julee Tilman on http:// www.mojomonday.blogspot.com.

Take some time today to remember those who have served in the military and lost their lives trying to help keep us protected. Thanks for visiting with me today.
Sending you a hug and LOVE,
Lois


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