Wednesday, 25 June 2014


A little time ago a saw THIS blogpost from Jennifer McGuire about combining embossing folders and watercolour. But I actually tried this technique with Hero Arts dye ink instead. And it worked okay - I just didn't get the watercolour look.  
This is how my card turned out. Now the ink colour I used is very, very close in colour to the green cardstock, so the effect is very subtle.

The branch is die-cut in the green cardstock, so that the brown shimmery paper is showing through the negative of the die-cut.

For the flowers I coloured some white cardstock with the HA Bubble Gum ink and for the sentiment I did the same thing with HA Raspberry ink. 

The flowers are also stamped with HA Raspberry, which gives them dimension.  

With this card I am participating in:
Simon Says Wednesday - Anything Goes
Have a great Wednesday :o)

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  1. super flot kort og rigtig fin teknik, som da helt klart skal prøves. tak for inspiration

  2. Smukt kort Pia, den gren er bare sååå flot altid og egner sig fint til næsten alt.

  3. Very pretty, love the colors and dies used :)

  4. Lækkert kort. Måden du har lavet grenen og blomsterne på er super fine.

  5. I saw that technique, too, and have yet to try it! Good on you for giving it a go, with results that are sooooo eye-catching! Fabulous!

  6. This is just gorgeous! I love the color combo. Thanks so much for playing along with the Anything Goes Challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog this week :)

  7. This card is very sweet! I love the colours you used!



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