Monday, March 28, 2016

An Eclectic Card

Hello friends!
Today I have a fun share.  First, I would show you the new products that I used and perhaps this will help you see how I get there...

I sprayed the Heidi Swapp Colorshine Spritz (yellow and teal only) 
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 Once the paper is dry, I stamped with
Sunburst Cling Stamp by Penny Black.
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 I stamped the Sunburst image to the watercolor card stock. 
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I then added some more details from the stamp set "Birthday Flowers".
Here is the result.
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The watercolor-painted background give this image some great textures (see the flowers?)
 I had a lot of fun creating this card. I think I will keep this in my craft room for a while.

Thanks for stopping by!
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11 comments:

Marianne said...

Note to self: must try this technique. Love your card!

Dawn Turley said...

stunning mixed media card Virginia.

LauraJane:) said...

Oh! So ARTSY!! I love it Virginia:)

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Just love your stamping over the patterned paper, Virginia! Looks so artistic - you ARE amazing!!

Happy Dance said...

Delightfully bright and happy card, Virginia. The blue and yellow spritzing gives such a great background to this card. The orange flowers are sweet, and I love that scripty sentiment. Very sweet! Bev

Lisa said...

Oh my goodness, the lacy look of those flowers is so pretty! Fabulous card Virginia!

Harriet said...

I think your colors are full of joy. The butterfly and dots complete the magic of this card. Lovely. I, too, would keep it for inspiration.

Tracey McNeely said...

Cool cards and colours Virginia!

conil said...

Lots of texture that Prima paper has...(it accurs to me this last sentence sounds Yoda-ish). Anyway, the outcome is amazing. All the elements combined make the card look so layered while remaining relatively flat. Awesome.

Karen B. said...

Great multi-media project!

Miriam Prantner said...

What a rich background! Love all the layers and bright colors!