Thursday, April 16, 2015

LIM #219

I don't often do one layer cards but thought I'd give it a try for Less Is More this week.  We're also to include splatters. Now spatters I can do.  ;)


Using my NBUS Tim Holtz Flower Garden, I stamped the stem in Peeled Paint, the flower in Memento London Fog and watercolored with Distress Inks. Then I covered the entire flower in rubber cement. Once dry, I went around the flower with Frayed Burlap, also using it to splatter and stamp the sentiment from Penny Black.  Finally I rubbed off the rubber cement.  I love this daisy stamp.  I think I'll be doing this again with some different backgrounds.

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18 comments:

  1. Bobby that is the most wonderful daisy - add it to the list!! This is just so pretty!!
    =] Michele

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  2. This is gorgeous Bobby!
    Love this image and I love your treatment of it!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More

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  3. Sigh. I love it, too, and am really sitting on my hands to keep from buying this set! This is an amazing rendition using the cone flower, Bobby! And, BTW, when you said "Now splatters I can do," you should have said "Now splatters and watercolor I can do!" I had forgotten all about masking with rubber cement. Slap! I seriously need a new hamster!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

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  4. Nicely done Bobbi! I really like that flower.

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  5. Bobbi this is so beautiful, I'm glad you made a one layer this time!
    Thank you for joining us at LIM
    Anne
    Less is More

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  6. Gorgeous watercolouring and splatters Bobby.
    Your daisy is really glam too. Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

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  7. This flower is so wonderful Bobby, I love the natural feel of the watercolours!

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  8. You my friend are becoming so versatile. I am so impressed with your variety of cards as of late, and how well they all turn out! Super job Bobby!

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  9. Oh, this is so beautiful. I have that set too, but the intricate lines have scared me away a bit so far, so I haven't used it much yet. You totally made me want to pull it out right now.
    Love
    Ela

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  10. Gorgeous daisy, with marvelous splatters and oh-so pretty water-colouring! Wow...looking forward to seeing more variations on this one!
    Hugs~c

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  11. Gorgeous water coloring and splattering - and by the way congrats on your win over at LIM!

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  12. Beautiful, Bobby ... yes, splattering you certainly can do ... it's fabulous around your gorgeous watercoloured daisy! I saw your name in lights at LIM ... congratulations on your January win! Anita :)

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  13. Beautiful flower--I'm seeing a flower trend here as I catch up on your blog today. You are brave for going with the splatters. They each seem to have landed on just the perfect spot. I am always afraid to try something like that, fearing to just ruin the entire card.

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