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Posted by on Jul 7, 2017 in Daniel Smith watercolors, Floral Sentaments, Watercolor | 1 comment

Hello Floral Sentiments

I love stamp sets that make it easy to make pretty cards! Large sentiment stamps are always nice to have on hand.  The  Floral Sentiments is one such set! I love that the bold sentiment can just be stamped and look fabulous! I also, love that you can color in the flowers for an impact card!

Floral Sentiments

Previously I have shared a card with a watercolor background and the hello stamped on top.  You can see the card here.

Today I’m sharing a card where the sentiment is stamped and the flowers are colored with watercolor.

  • The watercolors I used were Daniel Smith Quinacridone Pink, Raw Sienna Light, and Undersea Green
  • The sentiment is bold so I kept the rest of the card quite simple. Letting the hello shine!!!
  • The petal garden paper stack is just full of beautiful papers. It pairs perfectly with the old olive sheer ribbon

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Below is a list of products used in making this card! If you have any questions feel free to comment below.

Jennifer

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Posted by on Jun 15, 2017 in Daniel Smith watercolors, Floral Sentaments, Naturally Eclectic | 1 comment

Floral Hello! 

We all need cards that we can send for any occasion. The Floral Sentiments stamp set is perfect for all occasions with it’s hello and thanks. My favorite two types of cards to send are thank you and hello cards. I love just randomly sending  cards to friends.  I have not been real good at this, lately. But, truly it is one of my joys in life.

Floral Sentiments

Are these not two of the prettiest stamps you have ever seen.  I adore both stamps in this set! They are beautiful just stamped or stamped and colored.  Today I did a little watercolor background and stamped the hello.  Simple and easy…The watercolors I used were Daniel Smith Quinacridone Pink, Raw Sienna Light, and Undersea Green

  • This card is a odd size. It is 6 by 4 1/4th.  To make this size card you need a piece of card stock cut to 6 by 8 1/2 . Then scored at 4 1/4
  • The copper trim is quickly becoming one of my favorite ribbons.
  • The background is from the Naturally Eclectic Designer Series Paper.
  • The colors used are Fresh Fig, Crushed Curry, and Old Olive

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Thanks for stopping by! I hope that your Thursday is carved out just right so that you can have some creative time to yourself! I am starting a color class today that is about breaking all the rules.  Should be fun 🙂  We will see how that goes! I hope to be sharing part of my creations from the class with you guys. If all goes well!

Peace and Happiness to you-

Jennifer

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