Watercolor Poppies Card

Welcome to my blog!  I’m revisiting one of my favorite stamp sets today–MFT’s Pretty Poppies.  These flower images were a lot of fun to use with distress inks and watercolors.

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First I stamped out the poppies with distress ink.  I used Ripe Persimmon–it was the perfect base color of orangey-red.

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Then it was time to pull out my tin of Prima watercolors to add more dimension to my flowers.

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I stamped up the block of text that came in the set with poppy red ink to add interest to the plain white panel around the flowers.  I added the sentiment and a little twine and my card was complete!  I love the old-fashioned look of this card.

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You can watch the video of how this card came together below or on my YouTube Channel.

 

Thank you for visiting my little blog!

Here is a list the supplies I used:

Happy Fall Card

Fall is just around the corner, but here in Chicagoland we are getting a glimpse of what’s to come.  The trees are turning gold, and there is a crispness to the air.  I can see apple cider donuts in my near future–Lol!  Yum!!

Here is my celebration of fall-time card.  I used Lawn Fawn’s stamp set called Jump for Joy.  I loved coloring in the critters with my Prismacolor pencils.  I do believe this is my favorite art medium.

Here is the video of how I put this little card together!  Thank you for visiting my blog!  Happy fall to you!

You can watch the video here or on my YouTube Channel.

 

 

Here’s a list of supplies I used for this card:

Prismacolors:

Owl: 944 Terra Cotta, 937 Tuscan Red, 927 Light Flesh, 940 Sand, 942 Yellow Ochre

Fox: 942 Yellow Ochre, 921 Vermilion Red, 922 Poppy Red, 924 Crimson Red, 1084 Ginger Root, 929 Pink

Hedge Hog: 1084 Ginge Root, 942 Yellow Ochre, 941 Raw Umber, 947 Burnt Umber, 929 Pink