Floral Friday: Waffle Flower Poppy Hawthorn

Hello crafty friends!
Wow, it’s already February this year, I hope your January was always happy!

I will start the Floral Friday in February with the Waffle Flower Poppy Hawthorn stamp set – as soon as I saw this flower image, it captivated my heart!

Waffle Flower Poppy Hawthorn stamp set


With this beautiful flower set, I made a watercolour card. I stamped the large flower image onto watercolour paper using VersaFine Vintage Sepia pigment ink first, and then watercoloured the stamped image with Altenew Watercolors:
Purple flowers: Deep Iris / Red flowers: Crimson
Leaves: Bamboo, Forest Glades / Stem: Espresso
Background: Caribbean Sky

Once the watercoloured floral panel was dry, I added water drops and glitters. Adding glitters make the flower image more beautiful!! I’ve learned this technique from Melissa Phillips. Her glittery flowers are really stunning as shown in the picture below:



I stamped the “Thank you” sentiment on the top right corner on the panel using VersaFine Vintage Sepia pigment ink.

This red flower card is that I made in December last year. At that time, I used Copic markers to colour the flower image. :D


Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
Love Love Love RejoicingCrafts

3 thoughts on “Floral Friday: Waffle Flower Poppy Hawthorn

  1. What can I tell you that I haven’t said already? Your cards are always so gorgeous and stunning. I really love how you added thank you in Korean. (It’s Korean, right?) My culture and ethnicity is important also so I am always looking for stamps in Spanish. I’m Mexican-American. Anyway, your cards are always so beautiful. I am always in awe of you and your incredible talent. 😇😇😇

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