Welcome! I have a card to share today made with the JustRite Multi-Step Don't Forget Bouquet clear stamps. I was clearly in a clean and simple mode with this stamp set, trying it in a few different ways, but settling on the one above as my favorite.
I used watercolor paper, stamped my image with Versamark ink, and heat embossed with detail white embossing powder before watercoloring with several Distress Inks, all listed below in the products section. (I have the small cubes of distress inks, along with reinkers for most of them. Honestly, I find it simpler to dab the ink cube on plastic and use that plastic as a palette, than to get out my reinkers and have leftover ink on a palette--no good reason for this--it's just habit!)
A couple of tips for watercoloring: first, if you want soft edges, it helps to wet the watercolor paper before you add any paint. But, that works well ONLY if you use good quality watercolor paper! My biggest watercolor paper mistake was buying a cheap pack from a big box store when I had run out of the good stuff once. . . It was awful. If I got it very wet or fiddled with my brush too much, it would start peeling up. I won't make that mistake again! The Strathmore paper that I listed in the links below is not the highest quality watercolor paper that I've ever tried, but it generally works pretty well for crafty projects. I'd peg it as a student-grade paper--still a lot better than the typical big box store pad. Finally, it helps me to tape my paper edges down with washi tape or drafting tape (a low-tack masking tape) before I wet the paper. If you don't tape the paper down, the paper starts buckling, and water starts running places that you may not have intended. Sometimes accidents are "happy accidents," but more often, they're just plain-old-accidents! I hope that helps a bit; I'm really more of a marker girl than watercolor girl. It's the Type A control freak in me. . . ;-)
Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!