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Thursday, 11 October 2018

Colorful Roses!

Hello friends!
Happy Thursday!

I  played with my favorite new stamp Fresh Cut Roses in a very rich and colorful way!
These days I am obsessed with coloring!

 I went for no line watercoloring , so I stamped my image using Tattered Rose DI onto a watercolor card base.

Firstly I colored them with my Zig Clean Clear Real brushes and gave depth and dimensions using Polochromos Pencils.

I wanted to give this card a watercolor illustration look and I think it close enough.
I watercolored the background with a loose watercoloring technique using Zig brushes and added some faded splatters. The sentiment is from the same set. 

Here is one more pic from another angle.

Dressed it up with beautiful crystal clear sequins!
Hope you like this card!

Supply list

Cardstock: Watercolor textured sheet from Brusho
Stamp: Fresh cut Roses from Mudra
Distress ink: Tattered rose
Archival ink: Jet black
ZIG Clean Clear Real Brushes: a set of 12
Polychromos pencils: Set of 54
Sequins: clear couture and some silver shine touch from Harvest mix from Mudra

Would love to enter my project into the following challenges:


Migdalia said...

Gorgeous! I love the beautiful flower image!!
Have a wonderful day,
Crafting With Creative M

brenda said...

Absolutely beautful Vinita, your colouring of the Roses is perfection, many thanks for joining in with our Autmnal themes at Penny Black and More and Stamping Sensations challenges.

B x

Leanne Harris said...

Gorgeous Vinita and beautifully coloured, thank you for sharing this with us at Penny Black and More Challenges xxx

Madhu Bairoliya said...


Daniela said...

Pretty card! Thanks for joining us at Penny Black & More and good luck!
x Daniela (DT)

suzARTe said...

Oh my goodness Vinita, this card is absolutely amazing. The colours are so bright and beautiful and the flowers really stand out, such an elegant and striking card.Thanks so much for sharing your creation at

the October 2018 Anything goes link-up at Just Keep On Creating.