Wednesday, 27 November 2019

WEDNESDAY WEEKLY CARD GIVE-AWAY

Good morning everyone

Here is today's give-away card


I created the background panel using watercolour card and 3 acrylic paints by spraying water on my non-stick mat then adding the 3 paints.  I then used a brayer to mix the colours before adding the paint onto the watercolour card and left it overnight to dry

I did second generation stamping for the images but not the sentiment

Before I added the flowers etc I, again, using second generation stamping, stamped inside the card and on the envelope.  There is enough room to stamp or write a message 



Please leave a comment if you would like your name added to the draw to win this card

The draw closes at 6pm Friday and the winner will be announced on Saturday's blog post

International followers are welcome to enter as shipping costs are covered by us

INGREDIENTS:
  • DL card base
  • watercolour card - Crafter's Companion
  • Azure Blue, Pearl Blush and Sea Spray Acrylic Paints - docrafts Artiste
  • background stamp - unknown
  • sentiment stamp - unbranded
  • VersaFine CLAIR 'Fallen Leaves' - Tsukineko

June






6 comments:

  1. What a fabulous card, absolutely gorgeous

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  2. What a great effect = shabby chic and beautifully done. Love the stamping in the background.Thank you June.

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  3. Gorgeous card with fab flowers.
    xxx Margreet

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  4. A beautiful card June. Love it.

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  5. My sort of card June - Shabby chic and flowers!! Beautiful!

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