Friday, 19 February 2016


 Its always nice to get stamps that you can watercolour and this flower stamp is no exception.  From our Spring/Summer Catalogue Birthday Blooms is going to be a firm favourite.

What's more you can get the co-ordinating papers and cardstock too.Click on the paper to go to my website and see all the great co-ordinating accessories.

I've done two examples here - the first is with some Designer Series Paper as a background - this is the Regals in Always Artichoke.  The flower has been coloured with Marker Pens to create the different colours of the flower and the stems and leaves.  Then watercoloured.

 This example has also used the Serene Silhouettes stamp set - which has been stamped off three times to give fading images.  This is a one layer card which I'm putting in to the Less is More blog challenge - theyve asked for a simple card with a stem and also Addicted to CAS which asked for Blooms.

 All products can be found on my Stampin' Up! Website - here


Mac Mable said...

What beautiful cards. Love how you've coloured theme in and loving the colour combination on the second card.

Lou said...

What lovely images and a pretty colour combination. Lou x

Diane said...

Pretty card, love the faded stamping :-)

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Striking and fabulous stems with generation stamping. I'm not sure if you've added your panel onto a grey cardbase which would prevent it being a one layer card but it's a lovely card and thanks for sharing. Sarah (less is More DT)

Chrissie said...

Great stems you used here with sweet colouring!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Anne said...

What a really soft and feminine card!
Thanks so much for joining us for one layer week
"Less is More"