Hello, everyone! It’s Mayline here with a couple of watercolor floral cards created using our Fall Release stamp set Fresh Cut Garden Roses, and Coord. Outlines Fresh Cut Garden Roses. If you have this two stamp sets you can variously use them to create cards. Do you remember this two cards which I introduced Day 1 ? For the left card I used first and second layer roses and leave image from Fresh Cut Garden Roses stamp set using distress inks and water, and for the right card I combined outlines image and second layer image so I created two different watercolor paint effect image. If you want to know how to make this card click here. So this time I will show you another way to create the card using Fresh Cut Garden Roses stamp sets.
Here is my first card. Yes! I used a no-line watercolor technique. There is no one who doesn’t love a no line-watercolor techniqe!
To start off, I stamped the roses and leaves images fromCoord. Outlines Fresh Cut Garden Roses stamp set using Distress ink “Scattered Straw”on watercolor paper. Next I used watercolor paint for coloring. After that I stamped a sentiment from Coord. Outlines Fresh Cut Garden Roses using our Noir ink. That’s it. Let’s move on my second card.
Here is my second card using Fresh Cut Garden Roses stamp set, and Coord. Outlines Fresh Cut Garden Roses stamp set. It looks like similar the cards that I showed you at the beginning but this card I combined first layer roses and leaves image and outlines roses and leaves image.
To start off, I applied distress inks onto the first layer roses and leaves image and then I sprayed a bit of water on the inked parts. After that I stamped them on watercolor paper. Next I stamped outlined roses and leaves with distress inks over the stamped images. Lastly I stamped a sentiment from Coord. Outlines Fresh Cut Garden Roses stamp set using our Noir ink.
I hope you all enjoyed the inspiration by my cards. Thank you for stopping by
6 thoughts on “Love Fresh Cut Garden Roses”
Love these cards! You are amazing!
Both are stunning and just the vibrant colours 🙂
Your cards are always so beautiful. I love the way you paint so masterfully.