Titles are the most difficult part of blogging - sorry!
In my last post I mentioned I thought the adorable Hanglar Stanglar images would make a nice series to adorn my craftroom wall - so I ended up enlarging them on the computer so I could make a nice 5x7 framed image of each one. After doing that I decided that just 4 of the images to represent the seasons would be enough and found three that were perfect for Spring, Summer and Winter. Autumn was a little trickier though - so with some photoshop fun I added a pumpkin to the wagon of one of the images and made my Autumn image.
Each one is colored using Stampin'Up Markers, an aqua painter and 140# watercolor paper. Since the images are computer generated on the watercolor paper I had to let them dry for about 15 minutes before coloring so the black ink wouldn't smear.
Since I really didn't plan to post these images I needed to make a card that would go together quickly. (This is the K.I.S.S. part of the title.)This card was created in about 10 minutes. I used the iris image from SU! Long Stemmed and stamped it on watercolor paper using black Stazon ink. I painted the image using SU! markers and an aqua painter, trimmed it to size, mounted it on Orchid Opulence then attached it to the front of a celery-green linen card base. The card was purchased several years ago in a card/envelope set from JoAnn's. The last step was to stamp "wish" from the SU! set "Small Script" in orchid opulence below the image. Quick, easy but pretty.
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