It's Trend Week at Just Us Girls and our host Carol has chosen this for our challenge.
This gave me a chance to use my Altenew Cosmos Craft-a-Flower.
I watercolored the flower and leaf pieces with Distress Ink, assembled the blooms and put them on an inked panel. The sentiment from Poppystamps was also watercolored and layered.
Fran Wing is our guest designer this month and she and the other designers have some wonderful cards to inspire you. Take a look and then add your card to our gallery. You may be chosen Chic of the Week with a chance to be a guest designer.
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This is so pretty and I love the way you have colored it. Makes me want to go over to Altenew and get that die set. Just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, Bobby - I may be shopping with Judy!ReplyDelete
Wow, Bobby this is beautiful! The soft inked panel you added your flowers too is marvelous!ReplyDelete
These flowers are awesome -- I love how they layerReplyDelete
Wow! Wonderful coloring of these die cuts, Bobby! Gorgeous flowers!ReplyDelete
So gorgeous! I love the colors and dies, they are so pretty!ReplyDelete
Echoing the others: your flowers are gorgeous! Love the purple/green!ReplyDelete
Wow...gorgeous purple flowers, so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Love your inking of those die cuts. What a wonderful effect you have achieved xxReplyDelete
Outstanding card bobby! My favorite of the week!ReplyDelete
Oh Bobby this is beautiful. What a wonderful die set. The colours are simply gorgeous and a lovely finish with the word die.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Wow, love the flower detail and your coloring adds so much on top!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, I have this die set and have yet to use it, what is wrong with me LOL, you have shown it beautifully!!ReplyDelete
Those flowers are absolutely gorgeous! The watercoloring really is beautiful on the flowers and leaves giving it so much more depth.ReplyDelete