Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Rainbow Magnolia

Hello and happy Tuesday to you! I was playing with my Kuretake watercolors the evening and wanted to work in some rainbow inspiration. 
My card started with a piece of Distress watercolor paper. I used the smooth side and heat embossed the Mondo Magnolia from Essentials by Ellen in Ranger Gold Tinsel embossing powder three times. I was trying to get a foiled look. I then wet the paper and used the watercolor paints to float color at a diagonal.  When dry I cut the paper apart to create the panels and mounted them to a 110lbs white, top folding card base. I heat embossed the greeting from Papertrey Ink Sentiment Staples: Birthday in Ranger Princess Gold embossing powder on  scrap of white cardstock. Popped it up with foam tape also. The photo below is our inspiration from the Pin-Sights challenge on the CLASSroom blog.

I also used my favorite watercolor technique.


Finally we are wishing Simon Says Stamp a happy 9th birthday over on their Wednesday challenge blog.
Thanks

5 comments:

  1. very pretty, background, luv the gold embossing! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

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    ig-2klines

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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  2. Love those colours! Really pretty card. Thanks for playing along with the favourite technique challenge at AAA Cards.

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  3. Sue, how beautifully your rainbow background looks as well as this flower embossed in gold. Thank you so much for sharing your card with us at AAA Cards Challenge. - Sweet Kobylkin
    Click through to see now a new Clean and Simple card with Die Cutting on The Edge Technique.

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  4. Love how you split the panel. Beautiful card. Hugz

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  5. Such a beautiful and creative card! Lovely! Thanks for joining AAA Cards! Hugs Åsa

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