I'm totally loving watercolouring within an outline stamped with White Stazon Ink - the effect is just beautiful!! This started because I was too lazy to do some white heat embossing, but now, I can't stop, all my cards have been done like this now!!
And so, I've used this technique for my CASE for the Global Design Project challenge this week.
I've used the glorious Birthday Bouquet DSP for my stripey background which is reminiscent of the stimulus project, and then added some sparkly Blushing Bride glimmer paper under the edges of my torn vellum.
Originally I wanted to put a greeting on the front, but I loved the image so much, I decided to pop the greeting inside and leave the front of the card very simple, but nonetheless pretty!!
Really gorgeous Julia! And thanks for the tip of using white StazOn - I'm always looking for easy. Thanks for joining in on this week's GDP challenge!ReplyDelete
This card looks great. How many different elements, and everthing fits so well. Thanks for playing with us.ReplyDelete
Julia, there are so many beautiful things about this card to love. The end result is breathtaking. Thanks for joining us this week at Global Design Project.ReplyDelete
Such sweet and soft layers on this card, Julia! Such a beautiful card! Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Case the Designer (Connie Collins) Challenge at Global Design Project.ReplyDelete
I love coloring on Vellum! A great technique to share on your card! Thank-you for taking the Global Design Project Challenge!ReplyDelete