Making your own watercolor or inked backgrounds seems to be the newest trend in card making. My new favorite is the Bokeh technique .
I found this definition of Bokeh." In photography, Bokeh has been defined as the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light".
White card stock was used for the card base.
Three colors of Distress Ink, Broken China, Wild Honey and Peeled Paint were used.
I lightly inked large areas of the card base using paint daubers.
When the ink was dry, I used a circle stencil, which had many sizes of circles on it. I placed that over the inked background and then daubed white ink in the circles.
I stamped "wheat" on this background using a Sage Green ink.
Ta Ta For Now.