Hand Painted Flowers!

Monday, February 09, 2015


Hello friends! Welcome back!! Today I have a water colored card with hand painted flowers.. I have a tiny pictorial on how I made it!

 

I took a piece of water color paper and adhered it to the chip board base using painters taper. Then I took a flat paint brush and just gave a wash, generous amount of wash with water..

 

I then took a paint brush and dropped Picked Raspberry distress ink on to the water color paper. The paper is still wet so the color spreads by it's own.. :)


Then stamped the sentiment from Technique Tuesday and added the clear sequins from Avery Elle.

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Hope you like it. Thank you so much for stopping by.. :)

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14 comments

  1. Lovely n how cleverly u create magic in such simple steps..TFS..:)

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  2. Love the hand painted look on watercolor!!! :) Thanks for the tutorial

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  3. Dee this is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing the tutorial too!

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  4. Wow...what a beautiful card!! Loved the technique you have used and those lovely sequins are just perfect touch. Thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays challenge. Hope to see you again :)
    Hugs
    Archana

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  5. Beautiful card.Love the vibrant colours you got.

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  6. Gorgeous watercolouring Deepti, love your card! Stef x

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  7. Lovely card! And thanks for the great tut! Definitely trying this one.

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  8. Beautiful card, love your watercoloured flowers :)

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  9. Beautiful coloring and I do like the blurry effect of colors blending together. I also think you picked the perfect spot for adding the sentiment.

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  10. Really easy n quick trick to try out. TFS Deepti. The card looks pretty.

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  11. wow, this is a little work of art! Thanks for playing along with us at CAS-ual Fridays, Rebecca x

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  12. So gorgeous, Deepti! Thanks for playing along with the watercolour challenge at CASual Fridays :)

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  13. Another great watercolouring job, Deeps. Thanks for playing along with us at Little Tangles and hope to see you again.

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