Posted: February 5th, 2022 by

Sketched Tulips Stamps | Spring Pot

Hello and happy weekend to you! We are through January [YAY!] and spring is on our minds! Lynda is here on the blog today with some fantastic inspiration for our *NEW* SKETCHED TULIPS stamps, a wonderfully decorated spring pot…

The sun has made an appearance this week and there is a definite hint of Spring in the air here. Todays inspiration for Visible Image is a pretty plant pot using the new release Sketched Tulips. It would certainly brighten up any garden or patio. 


I started by applying a coat of gesso over my pot.


I then used a blue spray paint over the entire surface. 


I masked the pot, leaving about an inch at the bottom and used green spray paint to create grass before stamping my images with Archival ink. 


I finished by using acrylic paint to colour my flowers, and a white Posca pen to add highlights.
 


So pretty! If using outside I would recommend applying a coat of varnish to prolong its life. 


This stamp set and all the others in the wonderful new release are available to pre order now! Do check out all the social media links below, and follow for some fabulous inspiration and to keep up to date with all the latest news. 



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This is such a wonderful way to use these beautiful new tulip stamps! Such a gorgeously decorated spring pot! Thank you Lynda ♡

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Thanks so much for stopping by today, we hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Helen & Mark xx

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