How to Create This Sunflower Layout by Roxanne

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How to Create This Sunflower Layout by Roxanne
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These are the Art Anthology products I used!

These are the Art Anthology products I used!

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for this layout I started with an 11 x 11 pice of 140 lb. watercolor paper and a little Colorations in Glorious.

for this layout I started with an 11 x 11 pice of 140 lb. watercolor paper and a little Colorations in Glorious.

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I simply dripped some of the Colorations into the paper.

I simply dripped some of the Colorations into the paper.

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then I added some Salted Caramel Colorations too!

then I added some Salted Caramel Colorations too!

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I let both colors blend together by picking the paper and swirling it around.

I let both colors blend together by picking the paper and swirling it around.

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Then I used a heat gun to dry it all up.

Then I used a heat gun to dry it all up.

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When drying the wet Colorations I kinda push the puddled parts of it with the air of the heat gun. So it creates some lines.

When drying the wet Colorations I kinda push the puddled parts of it with the air of the heat gun. So it creates some lines.

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This is what it looks like once it is all dry.

This is what it looks like once it is all dry.

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Then using a nozzle of Colorations in Juicy, I splashed the page. To create cool drips.

Then using a nozzle of Colorations in Juicy, I splashed the page. To create cool drips.

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See how neat drips come out?

See how neat drips come out?

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For this part I used a Technique Junkies sunflower stamp. I stamped it to a 5x6 piece of the same watercolor paper. The proceeded to use the Colorations with a brush to color in the flowers.

For this part I used a Technique Junkies sunflower stamp. I stamped it to a 5x6 piece of the same watercolor paper. The proceeded to use the Colorations with a brush to color in the flowers.

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I had some ribbon I wanted to use. But I decided it needed to be yellow and black. So I sprayed it with Colorations in Timeless.

I had some ribbon I wanted to use. But I decided it needed to be yellow and black. So I sprayed it with Colorations in Timeless.

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This is what it looked like when sprayed.

This is what it looked like when sprayed.

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I put my layout together with the ribbons and some embellishments and then it was time to add a sentiment or word. I used the Soliloqui Stencil and Stone Effects in Lava.

I put my layout together with the ribbons and some embellishments and then it was time to add a sentiment or word. I used the Soliloqui Stencil and Stone Effects in Lava.

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Over an area you already sprayed with Colorations, place a stencil and spray with water. Remove the stencil, wait a few seconds and them blot off water with a paper towel. This is called, Ghosting.

Over an area you already sprayed with Colorations, place a stencil and spray with water. Remove the stencil, wait a few seconds and them blot off water with a paper towel. This is called, Ghosting.

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You will have a faint image of the pattern of your stencil. Our Colorations are water based, so they can be activated with water.

You will have a faint image of the pattern of your stencil. Our Colorations are water based, so they can be activated with water.

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I hope you like my step by step tutorial and I really hope you have inspiration  to go create your own!!!

I hope you like my step by step tutorial and I really hope you have inspiration to go create your own!!!

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Thank you for stopping by and viewing my Step by Step tutorial. Don't you just love Snapguide? XOXO Roxanne Dondanville   www.roxannedondanville.com   www.facebook.com/roxydondanville

Thank you for stopping by and viewing my Step by Step tutorial. Don't you just love Snapguide? XOXO Roxanne Dondanville www.roxannedondanville.com www.facebook.com/roxydondanvi…

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