Golden blessingsPosted: March 14, 2013 Filed under: Blooming Garden, CAS, Penny Black, Watercolour 12 Comments
I have a bright spring card today made using a colouring technique which is quick and easy but really pops on coloured cardstock. I stamped the flowers in versamark and embossed in white powder on Summer Sun mix & match cardstock. I used watercolour pencils to add colour to the flowers and leaves. Blending them with water is very simple as it stays contained within the embossed outlines.
Thanks for visiting today.
Stamps: Blooming Garden, Treemendous PB)
Inks: Memento Cantaloupe & Versamark (Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Summer Sun mix & match cardstock
Also: Faber-Castell watercolour pencils, white e.p., orange grosgrain ribbon
What a gorgeous pretty card! I have never thought of stamping and colouring on coloured cardstock – such a lovely effect! xx
Well, now, isns’t that clever! I could do that! Using the bright card stock would really cheer up the day. Thanks.
Une superbe carte qui réchauffe le coeur avec ses teintes printanières !
Et merci pour les détails sur la technique utilisée.
I really like this card. Bright and cheery, but easy to do. Thanks.
Thank You for this magnificent burst of sunshine 😉
Pretty floral, nice colors! I love the way you have colored the shades so that it “shows” the light reflected on the blooms. 🙂
A beautiful card and a great reminder that Spring is on the way (soon I hope). These flowers are gorgeous and I love how you stamp/coloured them on coloured cs.
This is a really beautiful one, Heather! Gorgeous spring colours.
I love the colors and simple layout. That technique sound pretty easy, thanks, I’m going to try it!
Beautifully done Heather…love your color choices!!
Heather, that is gorgeous. Love how the light plays on it. AMAZING.