Friday, February 19, 2016

Embossed watercolor card

Hello bloggers !
Welcome back to another little post :) 
I made this embossed card recently with a bit of water coloring using distress inks.
I am using one of the sketches from MFT website
 Moving the sketch a little bit with the shapes as well, here is what i made

I thought the sentiment seems apt for a love themed card :) but i wanted to use non traditional colors. 
 I just rubbed my ink pads on the embossing pad and sprayed some water on top and let the colors mix.

 After which i just ran it through my big shot with my card stock sandwiched in between.

 Love how it left the whites embossed . 

 I have also heat embossed the swirly die cut cardstock in gold. 
Love how it looks ! :)
Hope you all liked my simple but colorful card. 
Until soon ! 

XO
PJ









Big shot machine 
Rhinestones - Local
WOW gold embossing powder
Memento Gold pigment ink 
Sentiment Stamp - Kaisercraft 
Prima chalk edgers - Sand
white cardstock


14 comments:

  1. Wow.. simply beautiful.. love the bright colors..

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  2. Simple but very beautiful. That's what I like the most! :-)
    Hugs for you,
    A.

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  3. Wow!!! This is such a gorgeous card.
    Thanks for joining in with The Ribbon Girl card challenge.
    Hugs, Donna xx

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  4. Such a bright n beautiful Card !!
    Thanks for joining us @ Peek-a-boo Design Challenge # 3!!
    DT Vijaylaxmi :)

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  5. Love your take on this challenge ,Thanks for joining us @ Peek-a-boo Design Challenge # 3!!
    DT Sharada Dilip

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  6. Super cute card! I love the layout and the colors! Such a fun card!
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