Card of the week 319
FLO026 Rose Twig
CDECD0020 Plain Circles
CDECD0029 Stitched Rectangle
JH1021 Circle Sentiments
CT21109-M Water brush
19703 pack of 20 Izink dye based pads
CEWater watercolour card
Black versafine ink pad
Take a piece of watercolour card and cut a square that measures 18cm x 18cm.
Stick the circle die that measures 6.3cm to the centre of the card. If you haven’t a die draw in pencil round a tin can. Using a black versafine ink pad stamp the rose twig stamp, working your way round the circle. (see photo).
Use a colour ink of your choice, paint the flowers and leaves using a waterbrush.
Using a blending tool,lightly colour the background in green.
Cut the second and third smallest circles from the circle set CDECD0020; the smallest in watercolour card and the other to match the colour of your flowers.
Colour the watercolour card circle in green, then stamp a message of your choice from the Julie Hickey stamp set.
Mat and layer as picture.. Finish by drawing a dot/dash border around the roses with a black pen.
To make the set of roses card
Colour a piece of A4 watercolour card - we've used rose and cassis dye pads with a blending tool.
Cut in half and then fold one piece in half to make your card blank.
Cut the two largest rectangle dies together from the stitched rectangle die set CDECD0029 to make a frame.
Mount your Roses stamp on to a stamping platform and ink with black versafine (the great thing about this set is that they are all individual so you can use just one, two, three, four or five stamps - the choice is yours . (See the example of just one rose).
Stamp the roses onto watercolour card and colour with the waterbrush and an ink to match your background.
Mount as picture