Video : Celebration Rose Cluster Birthday Card

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Photo taken against our Peach Marble (12x12in) Backdrop Board

Hello and welcome back, everyone! I have a watercolored birthday card using our Celebration Rose Cluster stamp set.

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I started off by partially stamping this beautiful cluster image onto the two corners of my A2 sized watercolor panel (Canson XL 140lb paper). Since I’m doing some partial stamping, I spoon on our Rose Gold embossing powder each time I stamp to ensure that I don’t overlap my images. After I heat embossed my florals and foliage, I went ahead and embossed the sentiment from the same set onto the card.

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Once all of my embossing was complete, I started doing some wet in wet watercoloring using my Dr. Ph Martins Radiant Concentrated liquid watercolors. I used Scarlet for the roses and Grass Green and Lemon Yellow for my background. Once my painting was complete and the panel dried, I added stitching to the edges using the largest die from our Double Stitched Rectangles Large Die Collection.

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For the final touch, I added some of our Clear Rhinestones to add a dew drop like effect to my project.

That’s all from me today! I hope you enjoyed my card and video!

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4 thoughts on “Video : Celebration Rose Cluster Birthday Card

  1. Billie A says:

    Beautiful card. The embossing color is perfect and complements the colors on the flowers and greenery. Love the way you use the liquid paints. Thanks for sharing your video.

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