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Wednesday, 15 August 2018

WEEKLY WEDNESDAY CARD GIVE-AWAY


Morning all....

I stamped the flower onto pure white watercolour card, then stamped it again onto scrap card, fussy cut it to use as a mask

The mask was placed over the stamped flower and a second flower was stamped to the right .  As there is only one stem I drew a second one to look as if it was attached to the flower, then stamped leaves on both stems

I added some of  the 'picked raspberry' distress oxide to my glass mat and spritzed it with water.  Using a fine paintbrush I picked up the colour applying it to the bottom of both flowers and in the areas that wouldn't show any light, then diluting the colour further, coloured the rest of the petals


I used two greens for the leaves and a grey Copic pen for the stems

I stamped and embossed the sentiment and added a smaller panel of grey cardstock to the pink card base, then adhered the top panel onto it

The inside of the card has a grey then pink matt

Once this was completed I brushed GlazOn over the petals

If you would like your name to be entered into the draw please leave a comment on this blog post.  You have until 6pm Friday to do so and the winner will be announced on Saturday's blog

We ship internationally too at our expense

INGREDIENTS:
  • La Fleur Contemporary Flower Set - Sheena
  • pure white watercolour card - Ranger
  • picked raspberry, lucky clover & peeled paint distress oxides - Ranger
  • grey cardstock - Poppyfield Card Crafts
  • GlazOn - Tsukineko
Until tomorrow.... 
(post will be scheduled for 9am as it's the new challenge at MAWTT)

June ~x~

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card June! I'm not familiar with GlazOn - need to investigate!

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  2. June this is an amazing card, I love it. It's well worth the work you seem to have put in to it. Not sure I would have the patients for it

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  3. You give away such beautiful cards - I don't know how you can bear to part with them. Thank you so much June.

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  4. A beautiful card June and thank you for th3 details of how you made it. Very useful.

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  5. what a delightful little card

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  6. What another beautiful card june i wish my colouring/blending was only half as good as yours, its fantastic xxx

    PS i agree with Sue McFall above, i dont know how you can part with either xxx

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