Tuesday, April 21, 2015

AAA #37

Some people think robins are the first sign of Spring but to me it's tulips.  That's why I used them for the challenge at AAA - It's Springtime.


I stamped and masked the tulip from Penny Black, using Distress Ink.  Then using a combo of DI and Inktense pencils, I colored the flowers and background that was cut with
SSS stitched squares.  The sentiment from Clearly Besotted is stamped in HA Charcoal.

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12 comments:

  1. Stunning, Bobby! You're creating some gorgeous pieces of art with your Inktense pencils...in my view, this one would be ever so beautiful in a frame. I'm visualizing a set of three - different colours or flowers - on a kitchen wall. A chance to see Spring no matter what the weather...
    Hugs~c

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  2. So bright and vibrant! Great job on the masking!

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  3. so beautiful! Love the way the flowers pop!

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  4. Tulips are my favourite sign of Spring and your card is a super example. Great colouring too. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

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  5. I'm thinking c has it right, Bobby... lovely!
    =] Michele

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  6. Gorgeous! You did a fantastic job with your coloring.
    Sandy xx

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  7. Love tulips, Bobby ... and these are particularly stunning ... you've created a real sense of texture and dimension with your colouring, it's fantastic! Anita :)

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  8. Bobby--this is simply gorgeous. It really looks like an oil painting that should be hanging on the wall.

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  9. Bobby this technique is just gorgeous! I agree with Joyce it does look like a painting!

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  10. I'm loving your literal take on the AAA photo inspiration, Bobby! Well done, little artist!! Hugs, Darnell

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  11. Gorgeous watercoloured tulips Bobby! The red and green just pop off your white background. Really beautiful card!!! xx

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  12. Awesome inspired card - Thanks for joining in at AAA

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