There is no one like you

For todays blog I thought I would show two of the same cards with different colours. All the Supplies will be printed after the content.

To start with I did a drippy watercolour background, first put water across the paper and let it drip down towards the bottom. I next placed yellow over the water and let it flow down, then added orange so they would mix. I continued to do this until I got the depth of colour I wanted and let it dry. You can also use a heat gun to dry as well.

After the background was ready I used the Remember This stamp set from Altenew and placed the stamps I wanted to use onto the card so I could get an idea of what I wanted for placement. Next I took the main flower and stamped it with the black outline. I also stamped another flower onto some scrap paper and die cut it out so I would have a mask for this flower. Placing the mask over the flower I then stamped the leaves and small flowers in place. If the leaves or flowers did not come from under the flower the way I wanted them I adjusted the mask and stamped again. A stamp positioner is great for this as only the mask has to be moved. I coloured the leaves and then removed the mask and used the next layer to colour the flower. The red flower is part of the same colour family and the blue flower is complimentary. After I used the sentiment from Incredible Stamp set. Then added some rhinestones for glitter. Next I covered the back with some fun foam for height. A plain simple beautiful card for almost any occasion.


Altenew Remember This and Incredible Stamps

White Card Stock #110 and #80

Windsor Newton Water Colours

Stamp Positioner

Remember This Flower layers 2 & 3, Leaves 2&3

Inks permanent black, Rubellite, Eastern Sky, Evergreen, Frayed leaf.

Fun foam

Rinestones from stash.

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