Hello, crafty friends! Happy Friday!
Doesn't it look like a real rose? Oh, these two rose bouquets are so beautiful!
For my first card with the Forever and Always Stamp Set, I created a watercolor card. I stamped the rose bouquet on a watercolor paper in black pigment ink, watercolored it, and then die cut it with the matching die.
I ink blended on a rectangle watercolor paper panel with pale pink and then stamped the sentiment at the bottom of the panel in black. I die cut from the sentiment panel using the same die, then inlaid the watercolored rose die cut. Finally, I mounted it on a top-folded kraft card base using glue tape.
For my second card, I used the Artist Markers for flower coloring. I stamped the roses from the Forever and Always set on kraft cardstock using Mocha dye ink, colored them with the Artist Markers, and then die cut them with the matching dies. For the sentiment, I heat embossed it onto dark brown cardstock with white embossing powder, and then fussy cut it.
I mounted all the elements on kraft card base using foam tape and then added clear droplets and white ink splatters.
For my last card today, I used polychromos colored pencils for flower coloring. I heat embossed the rose bouquet on kraft cardstock with white embossing powder first, colored it with polychromos colored pencils, and then die cut it using the matching die.
For the card base, I die cut 4 laces from kraft cardstock using the Creative Edges: Lace Die, and then adhered them on the same kraft card base using fine tip glue pen. I stamped the sentiment on the bottom of the card in black and then added the rose bouquet on the center of the card front using foam tape.
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Have a wonderful weekend!