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Soft pink florals with So in Love stamps

An open drawn stamp is a great opportunity to stamp, heat emboss and watercolor.  Watercoloring a heat embossed image is for me, the easiest way to find success. The waterproof ridges created with the embossing will hold in the fluid, making it a more controlled process. In this project, I will use just one stamp pad to get various shades of pink.

 

Waterclored flowers with So In Love stamps by Jenny Hall www.jennystampsup.com

 

The center flower medallion is created from watercolor paper. I have stamped the image in VersaMark ink and heat set it with clear embossing powder. Taking a strip of watercolor paper, I stamped on the smoothest side, keeping the edge of the stamp on the paper. After the flowers were colored with a water brush and dry, I fussy cut the outside of the flowers, but made sure to keep the strip intact. I attached the strip to the card with foam dimensionals.

The background, or card front, is stamped with multi-generational ink from Pink Pirouette stamp pad. I used several small stamps from the So in Love stamp set to get a look of dimension. Tucked under the large watercolored strip is silver thread and pearls.

 

 

Waterclored flowers with So In Love stamps by Jenny Hall www.jennystampsup.com

 

Measurements for this project are:
-Card Base of Pink PIrouette card stock: 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ (scored and folded from 4 1/4″ x 11″)
-Very Vanilla card stock (for the layer) cut at 4 1/8 ” x 5 3/8″
-Watercolor card stock (for the card front) cut at  2 1/4 ” x 5″

 

 

Waterclored flowers with So In Love stamps by Jenny Hall www.jennystampsup.com

 

Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂


 

Waterclored flowers with So In Love stamps by Jenny Hall www.jennystampsup.com

 

 

SHOUT OUT !!!

Here is a shout out to Cathi H, who has done a SUPER JOB of case’ing a few of my projects. Check out her great work 🙂

   

 

Using a simply drawn stamp, like this flower, can make an easy card design. Try out this design and share a photo with me so I can give you a shout out on a future blog post. I would LOVE to see what you create! Thanks for stopping by today.

-Jenny Hall

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Waterclored flowers with So In Love stamps by Jenny Hall www.jennystampsup.com

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Comments

  1. I love the soft look of pastels. I am drawn to darker, brighter colors even when I start out wanting softer colors for a card. This card is lovely.

    • Hi Laurie! I understand that draw to color oh so well. It’s not easy to rend a muted palette and has taken me some time to feel comfortable. The best advice I have gotten in this area is that you can always, always, add more color but not easily take it back 🙂 Thanks for visiting! -Jenny

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