Had to put my thinking cap on for this one....yes it hurt..lol.
Stamp image on hot press watercolor paper and heat set. When cool take a small detail brush and load with dish soap. Work the soap into the brush; take a piece of paper towel and remove the excess soap. No... I have not lost my mind...this is a old watercolor trick to save you from ruining your brush. Dip your brush into art masking fluid and apply to the stamp image; work quickly and don't over apply. Make sure all the image is masked off: let the masking fluid dry.
I wet the watercolor paper with water; sprayed dylusions colors (purple, blue, pink and red) When dry using stencils spray your colors; I used red, orange and black. Take black acrylic paint and a tracing wheel run the wheel through the paint then on to your paper to create stitching lines. I flicked watered down red paint, I then used different sized topped and dipped in white and blue to make the different sized circles.
When dry I doodled the hill for her to stand on as well as the circles. When everything is dry remove the masking fluid with a eraser. I left the image uncolored..I like the contrast of the white paper. Hope you try the masking fluid...it opens all sorts of possibilities.