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Watercoloring

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Hello, I have a watercolored card for you today that goes with our next topping that I so happen have selected over at Seize the Birthday.  I used this beautiful hydrangea stamp from Gina K Designs.  The sentiment is one of my go-to stamps from Stampin Up.  As you can see I heat embossed with white powder before I got started painting.  Some splatters, sequins, and ribbon and I was done.

I need to thank our Surprise Party Guest Jo for being with us for the past 2 months.  It’s been such a joy having you with us and I look forward to having your wonderful cards in our gallery again soon.

Please come join check out the DT’s cards at Seize the Birthday and I hope you will join us, Nanc’

13 thoughts on “Watercoloring

  1. Awesome! This is stunning

  2. You have really kicked it up a notch while working from home. This is one way that the pandemic as made a difference. I mean this is a good way.

  3. You are so good at the diagonal layering – it can add so much interest to a card! And that hydrangea – absolutely gorgeous!

  4. Such a lovely card. Great job with the watercoloring. Thanks for choosing this theme.
    Have a great weekend my friend.

  5. Absolutely gorgeous!

  6. Your painting of the hydrangea is oh so beautiful!! I LOVE the color of the leaves!! Great design.

  7. Oh wow!! Its awesome, Nancy!! The hydrangeas look so lively, and pretty..and it feels like a mix of so many shades! What a pretty and awesome card!

  8. This is beautiful, NAncy! Thanks for having me as your guest, it’s been such fun, Jo x

  9. Ooh, your hydrangea is beautifully watercoloured, Nancy!

  10. Such a pretty card Nancy, the flowers are beautifully coloured and I love the colours you used. I agree with an earlier comment too, your layering is perfect! I struggle with that lol! CAS is more me and yes, I do love butterflies :), Cathy x

  11. Your watercolouring is absolute perfection! I love the splatter and choice of colours is fabulous.

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