hello friend * Flowers in Bloom Card Kit

Hi there and welcome to the second project featuring the upcoming June Card Kit by My Favorite Things.



Yesterday, I showed you a card using the Colorburt Watercolor Powders for creating a background. For todays card, I used them to color my main image. I stamped the flowers on watercolor paper using Versafine Onyx Black ink (a waterproof ink). I put my panel in a cardboard box to prevent the powder from flying around my craftroom. 

I spritzed my panel with water until it was really wet and gently added some powder. And then, I played around by adding water, adding powder and drying them with a heat tool... I did this until I liked the result. Then, I spritzed some waterdrops on the panel, waited for about two minutes and removed them using a paper towel. That's how these lighter spots on the flowers were created. 

After my panel was dry, I die cut it and glued it to a super simple ink blenden background using Oxide Inks. I felt like something was missing and so I stamped some leaves on a Colorburst background I did while experimenting. I cut them out and glued them to my card as well. I finished the card by adding a bold black sentiment and glued everything on a white card base.

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Thanks you so much for stopping by!
Have a wonderful day,
Nicole

5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous creation! I love these Flowers in Bloom! Love your layout design!

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  2. I love the sentiment, and how you added the leaves to the kit's flowers. So very pretty. The white in background caused a "fresh" look.

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  3. Love your card! The flowers are lovely!

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  4. Love the pretty background! Flowers looks great too! Nice!

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  5. Love your background; gorgeous card!

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