Spring Rose Card – Joy Clair Designs

Today I am going to share an artsy looking card which I made using “Ray Of Sunshine” collection by Joy Clair Designs.

Here’ my card.

For this card I used one of my most favourite Spring Rose digital stamps set which I printed on a card stock. I coloured it using Polychromos pencils. I die cut a navy blue panel and splattered some white acrylic paint on it.  Adhered the rose on it. After that I adhered the panel on a white card base. I wanted to balance the white and the blue colours, so I die cut the sentiment by SSS and coloured it using watercolour and gave it a ombre effect. Adhered the sentiment on that blue panel. Lastly, added some matching sequins. I really love the artsy look of my card and that big beautiful flower.

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Spring Rose Cards – Joy Clair

Hello everyone. I am so excited to share my first post here as a Joy Clair design team member.

I have two cards to share with you all. For which I have used “Ray of Sunshine” collection.

Here’s my first card.

For this card I used “Spring Rose” stamps set which I printed on a card stock. I first use watercolors as a base layer to color the flower, after that I highlighted it using Polychromos pencils. I inked the card base using Distress Inks and added some water drops for that cool effect and adhered the colored flower. The sentiment is from the “Modern Duet Bundle“.

Here’s the second card.

I used another flower image from the “Spring Rose” set and for the leaves I used “Modern Duet Bundle” set. I water colored the images using “Zig Markers“. I added the black watercolor splatters on a white die cut panel and adhered the flowers and leaves with some dimensions. Added the whole panel on a white card base. The sentiment for this card is from the “Forever Movements“.


This new collection is so fabulous and versatile, I am sure you will love it.

Happy crafting. 🙂

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