For today's post I've started with 140-lb. hot press (smooth surface) watercolor paper and covered it with dark gold "metallic" acrylic paint. My goal is to create a luminous background because this luminosity goes beautifully with alcohol inks. Here I've used the Golden brand; other brands are available.
on the far right, my 9"X 12" Borders #2 L221 stencil --
at bottom left, a portion of my 9"X 12" Boxed Vines L247 stencil;
my 6"X 6" Mimosa s126 stencil (upper left);
my 6"X 6" Kaleid s085 stencil (middle top.)
Next, I very lightly pounced thru the stencil openings with a Ranger alcohol ink applicator and just a few drops of Ranger alcohol inks, pictured below.
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