Friday, March 18, 2016

Daisy, Daisy

Hello friends.  A couple really simple cards to share with you today using a new (to me) technique that I found over on Loll Thompson's blog, called Splash Watercolour Technique.  SOOO cool...you've gotta check it out!!  I thought I did something wrong after I did the first color, but once it dried, I could see all the beautiful spots that look speckled, and then of course after adding the 2nd color and then letting that dry...WOW!  Can't wait to do it again with other colors!!  Take a look:



I used Salty Ocean and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks for the background...is that not cool looking or what?!!  (can you tell I'm just a little bit excited about this technique????)  I used a Penny Black die for the Daisy called Bashful, and colored it with my Copics.  My sentiments for both cards are from PTI's Winter Woods set.  Here's a photo of both cards:


Don't they both make you think Spring really is just around the corner??  I'm going to add this to the CAS Mix Up challenge for March, as it has stamping (the sentiments), water coloring (the background), and 1 other element (the die cut Daisy).


Lots of beautiful cards in the gallery, so if you need any inspiration, it's a great place to go looking!! 

Thanks so much for stopping by today...I love it when you do!!  :0)

6 comments:

  1. Marcia, these are both so beautiful! I love the background and am hopping over to Loll's blog to check out the details. Well done, my friend!

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  2. What a cool and beautiful card! I love that pretty flower and the background Marcia!

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  3. I have been wanting to try that technique since I watched Loll's video. Very pretty, Marcia.

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  4. I agree that this technique is so much fun! It has wonderful results too! Love the colors you used and that pretty daisy! Thanks so much, Marcia, for sharing with us again at CAS Mix Up!

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  5. AWESOME!! I'm so excited you gave this technique a try AND that you enjoyed it, Marcia! :) Your cards are beautiful. Love the mix of colours you've used for the background ... really beautiful and perfect to show off you pretty daisies. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  6. These cards are both to very pretty. Your background is so unique, and now I am inspired to check out that new technique.

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