Two cards with watercolored flowers

Hello Everyone! Anna here and I have two floral cards to share with you today that I created with fabulous October 2017 Release stamp sets.

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For my first card I stamped two images (I did some masking) from Tulip Bouquet stamp set onto a watercolor paper panel in Caviar. I colored them using Holbein watercolors . Once the panel was completely dry, I mounted it on white card base. Then I created kraft panel using kraft cardstock, Freestyle Stripes Cling Background and Couture Color – Warm Hazelnut Dye.

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The sentiment was stamped in Noir. I adhered the kraft panel onto the card and added a few Dew Drops to finish it up.

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To create my second card I started by stamping images from Pretty Plumeria stamp set. I heat embossed them in white, watercolored and fussy cut them. You can use the coordinating dies to cut stamped images. Next, I assembled my beautiful flowers and leaves and mounted them on the card front using foam tape.

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I stamped the sentiment from Rose Bouquet with Noir. To finish off my card, I added some Glass Slippers Round Confetti around my floral arrangement.

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Thank you so much for stopping by!

Anna

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