Thursday, February 23, 2017
Life is Beautiful!
I am ready for Mother Nature to decide if it’s spring or winter. All of Oklahoma’s trees and early blooming plants are budding. I am in the mood for spring and all of its glory. Today I have incorporated several Altenew stamp sets to complete today’s card and show very bright and springy colors.
Today I have incorporated several Altenew stamps to complete today’s project.
The main image is from Altenew’s Majestic Bloom collection, leaves are from the Beautiful Day collection, and the sentiment is from the Spring Daisy collection. I am into coloring right now and concentrating on watercolor and Copics. With this image I chose white embossing these images and coloring with watercolors. My watercolors used are Kuretake Gansai Tambi in #34 and #64. Also, the Zig Clean Color Real Brushes color’s are 024-Wine Red, 030-Blue, 043-Olive Green, and 046-Mid Green. My cardstock is Gina K Designs.
The challenges that I am entering are:
Altenew’s February Challenge – Photo inspiration from this pic
And, Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Anything goes
Crafting by Designs - Almost Spring
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