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Dandee Wishes

blue dandee wish Heather Telford

This is the birthday card we gave our older daughter today.

Dandee wishes blue straight Heather Telford

I painted the panel a while ago but just turned it into a card for her birthday. Both this blue one and the orange one further down the page were emboss resist experiments. What is fun with emboss resist and watercolour powders is the variation and depth of colour changes from one side of an embossed line to another. To see an awesome example of this, check out Lindsey’s card.

blue dandee wish Heather Telford

For both colour schemes I embossed the dandee stamps in clear powder on watercolour paper.  I sprinkled blue and green brusho powders on the one above then spritzed water to activate the powders. I used a paintbrush to do some colour moving but not much; most of the design is the magic of the paint.

sweet orange wish Heather Telford

The orange and yellow card was done in a similar fashion but I used colorburst powders and added some yellow gold liquid metal when I added water. There is a shimmery patch of colour as well as specks of gold in real life.

 sweet dandee wish Heather Telford

When I came back to the panels the other day I stamped the dandee stamps again over the panel in versafine inks and added popped up sentiments.

sweet wish close up Heather Telford

Thanks for dropping by.

Supplies:

Stamps:  A Sweet Day, Dandee, Happy Snippets (PB)
Paints: Colorburst powders and Liquid Metals (Ken Oliver) Brusho powders (Colourcraft)
Inks:  Versamark, Versafine Habanero, Deep Lagoon, Majestic Blue, Olympia Green(Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Fabriano 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, Neenah epic black
Also: clear embossing powder, white embossing powder

 

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20 Comments on “Dandee Wishes”

  1. I love the e effect of the Brusho powders – I have got to get some to try!!!

  2. Rosie says:

    Lovely cards and, as usual, so well explained.

  3. Shauna says:

    I just LOVE these cards. They are beautifully simple and elegant.

  4. Ooh these are both awesomely beautiful! xxx

  5. Jan Castle says:

    Happy Birthday to your daughter….your cards are Oh sooooooo PRETTY!!!
    Thanks for the encouragement!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  6. Stunning – like always! Who have imagined I would want a dandelion stamp? But I sure do!

  7. rdhhall says:

    Your cards are always so beautiful but this one is a show stopper. I absolutely love it. This is going to have me taking another look at some of stamps.

    Thanks for sharing!

  8. Pat says:

    I love both of the cards and their beautiful backgrounds, and the white embossed dandelion clocks show up so prettily against those bright colours Heather. x

  9. Betsy Wilson says:

    Really dramatic! And lovely!

  10. ND says:

    Happy, happy birthday to a very special young lady. . .
    . . . and another beautiful card from her very creative mother.

    Skyping now..

  11. maureenchandler says:

    Happy Birthday to your daughter! Your cards are just beautiful – love how the colors blended! Thanks so much for sharing these stunning cards!

  12. cmt says:

    Love them both!

  13. Lynn Leduc says:

    Oh my gosh l am in love with blue one, then orange.

  14. Clelie says:

    Oh…so gorgeous!!!

  15. Daria says:

    Two words: Wow! Gorgeous!

  16. Michele F says:

    Just so fabulous! LOve that Dandee stamp … but, even more, the incredible color you’ve added to it!
    =]

  17. Such beautiful Cards, wish I could see them in real life I bet the colours pop.Thank you for sharing your technique. Definitely one to try.
    Love Alli Xx

  18. Suchi says:

    These are so beautiful!! LOVE them!! 🙂

  19. maureenchandler says:

    These are beautiful – thanks for the explanation too!!

  20. Donna Zammit says:

    WOW, what an amazing card! The colours and their depth are awesome. Thanks for the explanation. I may have to try this. Cheers Donna Z 🙂


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