I was so thrilled with my new Hero Arts stamps I had a hard time deciding which card I should share as part of the blog hop. I finally decided on this card because I loved the flowers on the Large Flower Pattern!
The Large Flower Pattern (S5471) background is so beautiful it reminded me of waterlilies floating in the water.
- Stamp Large Flower Pattern using Versafine Smokey Grey on white cardstock.
- Stamp Thinking of You (All Occasion Messages CL272) using grey pigment ink on white cardstock.
- Sponge sentiment using grey dye ink and pink dye ink.
- Color flowers using black and red watercolor pencils.
- Color stems and leaves using light green and black watercolor pencils.
- Soften watercolors using water brush to blend colors.
- Accent flowers and stems using white gel pen.
- Stamp dragonflies from Antique Engravings - CL383 using gray pigment ink.
- Color dragonflies using light green watercolor pencil. Highlight with glue pen and clear fine glitter.
- Accent dragonfly bodies with white pearls.
- Stamp the background Thank You Definition - CG268 using Versafine Vintage Sepia.
- Paint the flowers using chalks and a water brush and stamp on background.
- Stamp sentiment using Versafine Majestic Blue.
- Paint dragonflies using chalks and a water brush and stamp over background.
- Fill frame with Glossy Accents.
- Accent with flowers, gems, heart charm and ribbon.
Onto the important details:
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