As is the case with most of my cards, I kept things pretty simple for each card. I started by stamping the design onto some watercolor paper, and then painted a multi-colored wash over each stamp. I then cut the sentiment out with the matching die.
Before mounting each finished sentiment split onto my A2-sized card bases I decided I should add some interest to the card base itself. For two of the cards, I just used my score board to create some score lines every half inch down the card. It’s not reading very well in the photographs but trust me, the score marks are there!This is a technique I love to do because it adds subtle interest and texture. I learned the technique from Laurie of Soapbox Creations. If you haven’t checked out her blog yet, you should, she’s so talented!
The third card I used texture paste and the Tiny Dots stencil from SSS for some added texture in the background. I mounted each sentiment strip on a piece of fun foam (I used the die again to cut the fun foam into the right shape) and attached the sentiments to the cards.
Lastly, I added some clear droplets to finish everything off.
I think these sentiment splits would be fun to color with copic markers or colored pencils. They’d even be nice to leave just black and white for a white-on-white design. Kind of love that idea.