Simple Watercolor Blossom Art!

Good morning!  I know . . . don’t faint or anything  . . . but I have another simple card today.  It’s not as clean as yesterday but it can still be made rather simply and is another easy to mail generic card (just don’t make the bow as big as I did).

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The image was water colored with Rusty Hinge, Forrest Moss and Tumbled Glass Distress Inks.

The background is made with watercolor paper that was die cut with A2 Matting Basics A.  It was then swished around on the craft sheet with water and Rusty Hinge Distress Stain and embossed with Ornamental Iron M-Bossabilities while still damp.

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I just love the depth of the embossing that is created when using damp watercolor paper!

The seam binding was dyed with Rusty Hinge.

That’s it for me right now!  I’ve got some errands to run today and hopefully more time playing in the studio.  I still need to get the darn thing organized since the move upstairs . . . perhaps that’s part of my mojo problem . . . I can’t find a damn thing when I need it.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!

SHERRY SIGNATURE

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6 Responses to Simple Watercolor Blossom Art!

  1. kathy/NorthCarolina

    Love that embossed background, too, Sherry! And your coloring is so pretty. Glad you are finding time to be in your studio again.

  2. I’ve some new watercolor paper that will soon be used as you did! Love the card and am glad you’re back sharing your talents!

  3. So pretty. I love water color, and now I have a new embossing idea to try. I love the beautiful impression you have on this. Thanks for sharing.

  4. beautiful. Have a wonderful New Year’s Eve. stay safe.

  5. Beautiful card, the background is pretty!

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