I finally found some more of my favorite water colour paper, ordered some and it was here quick smart, so what could a girl do but water colour..but first had to die cut..
don't they look funny just cut and layng there..
Same with the leaves, they a flat and boring..
But then you add colour and water, lots of water, to get the shades going,
without adding more paint..I went a green and blue..
Then the flowers had a turn and I was in love at this point, orange and yellow paint..
Just random shots of the colours...
And the thickness of some of the water colour..
A group shot..
And started making some cards...
I made some frames as they look good and only had two sheets of orange card stock,
so had to play wisely..
Place bits and pieces onto the card for placement..then glued them all down..
This is the biggest flower in the set...and I added a flower center from another set as it looked better..
Last card and any minute I'm going to tell you what set it was..???
Made three all up, Birthday cards...
Cards standing up and I'm still thinking..
" Water Garden Layering Set"
I got off my chair and looked it up and now I have fished it out I really have an urge to water paint this afternoon..
So thank you so much for stopping by, I will see you Wednesday with DT project..\I'm off to die cut and paint..
Challenges to enter....
Crafters Castle [anything goes]
Lemon Shortbread [ anything goes]
A Perfect Time to Craft [anything goes]
A beautiful card and the water coloured flowers are so pretty.
Have a lovely day, well afternoon....not even showered yet...haha.xx
Really stunning cards with the beautiful flowers and leaves.
Each time I see one of your tutorials I think that I must do it myself....but it never happens.....
these are beautiful cards Chrissy
Gorgeous cards Chrissy and love the beautiful watercoloured flowers and leaves-longest day and raining and cold here!!!
Wonderful card, love the watercoluring. Anesha x
Love to see how a piece of white paper, can turn into beautiful flowers and leaves. Then into 3 gorgeous cards Chrissy. Can't wait to see your next watercolour project. Big hugs, Carol S.xxxx
Thanks for joining us for our challenge this month Chrissy with your gorgeous flowers. I really love what you have designed and colours used. Love to see you
back again at Lemon shortbread Challenges aNNie Designer for Lemon Shortbread
Stunning watercolouring Chrissy.. Love the flowers you've made. What watercolour paper do you use? It looks nice and thick
You certainly know how to bring your papers to life!! I am loving the gorgeous colours and the finished look Chrissy!
Oh my Chrissy these are fantastic and so beautiful the colours are amazing and look so vibrant I love them
Gorgeous! What a magical transformation.
What a spectacular watercolor card! Thanks for joining the Crafter's Castle Challenge! Best of luck.
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