Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Celebration


Let's face it.  I am addicted to watercolouring and to using my Distress inks and just playing.  I love that you can get a different look every time and since they are water based, blending is so simple.  This card was inspired by a card I saw done by Marion Vagg.  I loved it and wanted to try my hand at it.
I pulled out my Paper Smooches stamps and started inking, spraying and randomly stamping.  Love the mottled look of the stamped image.  I used Mowed Lawn; Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass Distress Inks on my card.
I am adding my card to the challenge at Simon Says Stamps; Anything Goes.
Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Supplies:  stamps; Paper Smooches/ Distress inks/ Mini Mister/ pop dots

13 comments:

  1. Love how bright your blog and all your cards are! What sunshine you have here!

    Thanks for popping onto my blog and your wonderful comments!
    Thanks
    -Kimberly

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  2. Karen, this is gorgeous!!!

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  3. Beautiful card.
    I love your watercolour effect.
    Caroline xxx

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  4. Such a gorgeous card, beautiful blending and shading with the stunning image - fabulous colour scheme!!!

    Thanks so much for joining Simon Says Stamp challenge
    hugs
    Heather xx

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  5. So inspiring, Karen, this is just beautiful ... perfect colours and the most gorgeous blending! Anita :)

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  6. This is lovely :) I really like the design and colours you used. Thank you for joining us over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge. Hugs, Dawny x

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  7. Fab card Karen, I so love watercolour too :) Viv xx

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  8. Hi Karen, thank you for your sweet comments on my blog, which brought me to your site where WOW! Stunning cards! Your watercolour here is gorgeous - something I'd love to try (don't know where/how to start). Your outstanding creations have inspired me immensely. One of these days...So happy to have "met" you (and I live just 'down the road' in Alberta!). Have a fantastic Saturday!
    c

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  9. This card is absolutely beautiful. The watercolor technique with those florals is absolutely perfect, and I love them paired with that crisp black sentiment.

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  10. Flawless stamping, beautiful watercoloring...a gorgeous piece of art!

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