Rose Dance on black

Today’s rosy card features just a portion of the Penny Black rubber cling stamp, ‘rose dance’. I’ve been creating with this stamp for a couple of days, coming up with different ways to use it. It is quite a large stamp, 6″ x 4″ but you don’t need to use the whole stamp on a card. I used only a section to create an embossed white border on a square panel of black watercolour paper.

I painted the outline design with Finetec Mica Pearlescent watercolours; I didn’t spend much time being detailed or doing blending because the pearlescent on black is very pretty without too much fussing. I wish you could see the shimmer a little better in the photo but trust me it is there in real life.

I embossed a sentiment from the PB special sentiments set in Brutus Monroe alabaster ink and popped the panel up on two pieces of black cardstock to lift it above the card base. And you might have noticed I remembered to make a matching envelope this time.

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6 Comments on “Rose Dance on black”

  1. Pat says:

    This looks stunning on the black watercolour card Heather and the pearlescent watercolours have given the beautiful flowers a wonderful sheen together with the white embossing, and love the white embossed sentiment too. x

  2. susanbri says:

    So beautiful! Love the white embossing and the pearlescent colours. I must try watercolouring on black.

  3. rosebudinnh says:

    Wow beautiful love your cards.

  4. nancystiz says:

    How dramatic this is on black with pearlescent paints, something I never thought to try. This is incredibly gorgeous! I must try these so thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Loll says:

    Gorgeous card Heather. The pearl paints look amazing on black! xx


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