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Hello All!!! Today’s card was kind of experiment for me, which turned out good and I am happy with the result. 🙂
But first the inspiration card by Julie Ebersole for this week’s CASE Study Challenge, so simple and pretty, isn’t it?? I just love the color combinations.
So I came up with this
I first time used stencil to create my card, I bought this stencil more than a year ago, just for fun and never ever used it, so thought to give a try for making card, so I choose one flower design from that stencil and used Memento inks (Danube Blue & Pear Tart), then I used my white gel pen for the shading on the flowers, I liked the smudged effect, I stamped few stitching lines on bottom using Fiskar’s border stamp with Memento ink (London Fog), all these colors looks great together. And finally added sentiment form Hero Arts (CL305).
Thank you so much for visiting and always leaving sweet comments. 🙂
Simon Says Stamp Challenge – Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday Challenge # 73 – Anything Goes
This is SO pretty – it looks like watercolor. Great job, and thanks so much for sharing it with us!
Word Art Wednesday
Love the stencil and how you colored i,t I like the effect too, love the stamped stitching, my kind of sewing :):). Thanks for sharing and have a great day..
Wonderrful effect with the stencil, Kanan! Your flowers are so beautiful colored especially with the white shading.
A fabulous card, stunning colours and brilliant use of the stencil – I love your wavy lines lines!!
Thanks so much for joining us with Simon Says Stamp challenge
I agree with you – those colors look great together and those wavy lines at the bottom are lovely!