Heartfelt Heather Telford

I am featuring another new stamp on today’s card created in the same way as yesterday’s. I painted the sky first and let it dry completely before stamping the flowers into the whiter (cloudier) side of my panel. Once again I inked the stamp with distress stains then used elderberry marker on a second stamping to  add some depth to the centre of the flower. This time I chose a dark green cardstock rather than black for the co-ordinating sentiment and mat.

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Stamps: Bejeweled (PB)
Dies: heartfelt thanks (PB)
Inks:  Seedless preserves, frayed burlap, milled lavender distress stains (Ranger) Elderberry memento marker (Tsukineko)
Paint: Phthalo blue Dr Ph. Martin Hydrus
Cardstock: Fabriano 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, green cardstock

11 Comments on “Bejeweled”

  1. Beautiful! Your work with these is a joy to see. Love your use of color. What a gorgeous watercolor!

  2. Always always adore your cards!!

  3. memalagene says:

    Gorgeous! I love your cards!

  4. Carol / creatingincolors says:


  5. Such a beautiful card! Awesome colours and gorgeous sky! xxx

  6. maureenchandler says:

    Absolutely lovely – thanks so much for sharing all your beautiful artwork!!

  7. Pat says:

    Another gorgeous card Heather and another beautiful sky to accompany those pretty flowers. x

  8. Clelie says:

    So very beautiful!

  9. Sandy Dehon says:

    So pretty and those colors are delicious!
    sandy xx

  10. Lindsey says:

    So pretty! And a great choice of colour for the flower.

  11. […] stamp I shared in purple tones a few days ago. I used the same technique as here and here to paint a blue sky first with Dr Ph. Martin Hydrus liquid watercolour paint. I […]

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