Hello crafty friends! Today I’m sharing a couple of watercolour flower cards with two beautiful Painted Flowers and Annas Flowers stamp sets. If you know me well, you will know that I absolutely love watercolouring and flowers! :D
For my first card, I made a no-line watercolour flower card with the Painted Flowers stamp set. I stamped solid flowers & leaves from the Painted Flowers set onto watercolour paper using Antique Linen Distress ink at first – I stamped each image fit together as one.
The next step is watercolouring with Distress reinkers! I painted the colours on the stamped images. Large flowers: Tattered Rose & Victorian Velvet / Small flowers: Scattered Straw (yellow) Berries: Seedless Preserves / Leaves: Mowed Lawn & Crushed Olive / Twigs: Gathered Twigs Once it was dry, I drew the details of leaves using Copic Multiliner 0.05 Black Ink Marker.
Hello crafty friends, happy weekend! Welcome to Day 2 of the Simon Says Stamp Make Magic Release Blog Hop. I’m so happy to be a part of this amazing blog hop! If you arrived here from super talented Vicky Papaioannou’s blog you are on the right track.
I die cut the A2 sized scalloped rectangle panel from watercolour paper first, and then dry embossed the panel using the Lumen embossing Folder. Next, I applied soft & pastel coloured Distress inks to the panel using mini round ink blending tools – I used (from the top) Squeezed Lemonade, Tattered Rose, Tumbled Glass and Milled Lavender. I stamped the Thank You Text from the ink blended panel using Tea Dye Distress ink. OK, the next (and the most important part) I stamped so pretty flowers from the Petal Power set on the panel using several Distress inks. I really love the result, haha!
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Hello crafty friends! Oh YES! Simon Says Stamp Make Magic Release is live!! I want to share my bright and happy cards with you today. :D
For my first card, I used the new Xylo Phone stamp set. I stamped a xylophone on white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink, coloured the stamped image with Copic markers, and then fussy cut it – I made a “happy-feeling-rainbow” xylophone, lol!
Hello crafty friends! Hope you are having a good weekend. Today I have 3 rainbow coloured butterfly cards with some Simon Says Stamp goodies.
To-da! This Butterfly Drift die is my main supply – it’s definitely my most favourite butterfly die ever!!
For my first card, I made a watercoloured rainbow butterflies using the Butterfly Drift and the Shimmer Wreath dies. I die cut rectangle panel from watercolour paper using the A2 sized Basic Rectangle die first. I then die cut the centre of the panel using the Shimmer Wreath die. I watercoloured to a floral circle part of the panel as shown in the picture using Distress reinkers in rainbow order. Next, I die cut the Butterfly Drift from watercolour paper, and then applied Distress inks to some butterflies using blending brushes. For the sentiment, I used the word “Thank you” in the Handlettered Greetings die set.
I decorated the card with cream coloured pearls.
For my second card, I made a tone-on-tone floral background with the Cosmos Bloom die first. I die cut several Cosmos Bloom from white cardstock, then adhered them on white card base as shown in the picture.
I die cut the Butterfly Drift from thick white cardstock, then coloured each butterfly die cut with Copic markers: Red: R24 / Pink: R22 / Orange: YR14 / Yellow: Y15 Green: YG06 / Blue: BG13 / Purple: R85 & V15. I added the outlined Butterfly Drift die cut on the centre of the card first, then added Copic coloured butterflies in place using foam tape. For the sentiment, I used the Thinking of You Heart die.
For my last card today, I made a watercoloured leafy background with the Leafy Christmas Tree die set. With Crushed Olive & Mowed Lawn Distress inks, I coloured to the panel & leafy tree die cuts. I die cut the Butterfly Drift from white cardstock, inked them, then added on the card.
I really hope my rainbow butterfly cards make you happy!
Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a safe and restful weekend!
Keep smiling and be blessed. God bless you all. Love Love Love RejoicingCrafts
To make watercoloured ocean background, I fixed the edge of the watercolour paper with purple tape first. I then applied water to the paper before watercolouring. I lightly coloured with Tumbled Glass Distress reinker, then added blue ink splatters. Once it was dry, I trimmed it using A2 sized Basic Rectangle die.
I heat embossed mermaid tails & waves from the Be A Mermaid set in white, coloured them with Distress inks, and then die cut them with the matching dies: Red mermaid tail:(from bottom to top) Victorian Velvet, Festive Berries, Tattered Rose and Fossilized Amber Green mermaid tail: Peacock Feathers, Mowed Lawn, Crushed Olive and Fossilized Amber. I mounted them on white card base, decorated the card with April Showers sequins and Clear Droplets.
For my second card, I used the Anchor die & the Anchors Background stamp. I made watercoloured sea background using Tumbled Glass, Crushed Olive, Peacock Feathers and Faded Jeans Distress reinkers. Once it was dry, I trimmed it using the Wonky Rectangle die. I applied Tumbled Glass Distress ink to the Anchors Background stamp, stamped onto watercoloured panel, then lightly touched the stamped images using water brush. For the centre of the card, I die cut the Anchor from thick white cardstock, wrapped it using natural twine, adhered it using foam tape.
For my last card today, I used the Lighthouse die & the In The Round stencil. To give the wave effect, I used the Circle Masks Stencil set. I placed the circle stencils onto A2 sized watercolour paper panel, then lightly traced circles using pencil in the order of small to large sized circle. I then coloured according to circle lines using Faded Jeans, Peacock Feathers and Tumbled Glass Distress reinkers.