Here is my attempt at trying Jill's Technique...
I let the watercoloring dry before adding Distress Inks: Fired Brick, Dusty Concord, Broken China and Peacock Feathers to the rectangle using again the Wet on Wet Technique. Let Dry.
Then masked my rectangle and stamped my snowflakes around the edges with Early Espresso ink. I was pretty happy how my piece turned out after completely dry. I did add Early Espresso splatters to the rectangle before I framed the card front with Early Espresso CS and popped up on SU Whisper White Thick CS.
I hope you get to try Jill's One Layer Stamping and Painting technique. It really gives the allusion of 2 layers. I loved the effect, since I am One Layer Challenged :-)
My card is for a couple of favorite challenges...."Time Out Challenges": Challenge #65 Inspired by Words...“Love the trees until their leaves fall off, then encourage them to try again next year.”
Also Simon Says Stamp Blog Wednesday Challenge: Stamp It!
Thank you for the visit and especially for your comments. Hugs....
Stamps: SU Sheltering Tree, Teeny Tiny Wishes and Serene Snowflakes (ret)
Inks: SU Early Espresso ink pad and marker, Versamark and Tim Holtz Distress Inks listed in description
Papers: SU Whisper White Thick, Early Espresso. Strathmore Mixed Media 140#
Accessories: SU Early Espresso EB powder and heat tool. Watercolor brushes..#6 and #8, foam tape