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Saturday, 18 July 2020

Birthday Roses

Hi everybody.  This is another experiment at making my own handpainted watercolour card.  I tried something different using a wet in wet technique but I don't think it worked as well as my last card and looks a little dark and muddy.  I ended up with a rather splodgy background so did go over it a bit to get better leaf shapes, and consequently it doesn't look as fresh as the last one.  A definite learning curve.


I added a sentiment using Versafine Olympia Green and heat embossed it with WOW Clear Gloss Embossing Powder and ink blended around the edges with Adirondack Sunshine Yellow Ink.

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I am entering the following challenge:

The Flower Challenge - No. 46 Summer/Winter.
Uniko Challenge - No. 60 In my Garden (optional twist hot summer colours).
Ellibelle's Crafty Wednesday July Challenge - Summertime.
Country View Challenges July 2020 - Do What Makes You Happy.
A Vintage Journey - Watercolour Wonders.
Allsorts Challenge - No. 581/582 Flowers All Over.

15 comments:

  1. This is beautiful Pat and it looks like a hand drawn painting xx

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  2. Looks beautiful to me. Hugs Mrs A.

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  3. A really lovely card with great images and colours. Thank you for joining our 'Flowers all over' challenge at Allsorts.

    Kath x

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  4. Looks amazing to me, love the beautiful roses :)

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  5. Watercoloring is difficult, especially when you use the wet in wet technique! I am amazed that you managed to get this beautiful result, even if it is somewhat "hazy". You could also see it as dreamy! The flowers are beautiful!

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  6. A very beautiful card, thank you for joining us at Allsorts, xxxx

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  7. Your hand painting is amazing Pat! LOVE those roses and leaves! xx

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  8. This turned out so beautifully, amazing job an painting those roses! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge as well as my Crafty Wednesday challenge!

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  9. Beautiful roses, gorgeous painting, lovely card.
    Thank you Pat for sharing at Allsorts;-))m

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  10. Oooh lovely, I like the softness of this one. I have five or six experiments lying round here at the moment and I'm wondering which will get turned into something and which will be recycled. Practice makes progress.

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  11. Your hand painting is gorgeous Pat...love the colour of your roses...stunning card

    Anne

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  12. Looks great to me, the technique gives it a vintage look. Super card. xx

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  13. So unique and artsy and so beautiful x.

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  14. wow...I'd say gorgeous and totally artsy looking, frame worthy for sure.
    Thanks so much for playing along with The Flower Challenge.
    :) Karen

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  15. I actually love the effect you achieved Pat! You can really see that they are roses... don't be hard on yourself...In my book there are never mistakes in art.

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