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Hello friends!! I am here with a new card.
Love the very traditional color combination of the current Altenew Monthly Challenge.
Here’s my take.
I always love the color combination of green and red, they look so festive!! For this card again, I used one of my favorite stamp set “Watercolor Wonders” by Altenew. I used “Barn Doors” Distress ink for flowers and stamped the first layer directly on the watercolor panel and went over with a wet brush and highlighted some of the area with more or less color. Took the same color for the second layer but this time I sprayed some water using a spray bottle after inking the stamp and then stamped it, I got more saturated look. Did same with rest of the flowers and leaves (For leaves used “Peeled Paints“Distress ink). Added some splatters using the same inks. The Sentiment is from the “Floral Frames” set. Lastly, added some sequins, and “Wink of Stella” glitter pen on flowers and adhered the whole panel on a card base. I really love how it turned out, I can never get enough of this stamp set. Hope you will like my card.
Thank you so much for stopping by see you all soon. 🙂
Altenew Monthly Inspiration Challenge – July 2017
Word Art Wednesday – Ch# 292-293 – Anything Goes
3 thoughts on “Beautiful Day!!”
It looks great in those colours Kanan. Haven’t played with this set in so long – you’ve made me want to grab it out again 🙂
Bright, bold and totally beautiful!
This is gorgeous! Thanks for blessing us with your creation at Word Art Wednesday. Please join us again in our current challenge. Leaving you with the inspiration of God’s Word in Philippians 1:6 which says, “For I am confident of this, that He who began a good work in you will continue to perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus.” Have a blessed day!