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Wednesday, 2 March 2016

JAI#300 Bermuda watercolour rose

Just a super quick post to catch the deadline for Just Add Ink.
Its's their 300th Challenge and I have been trying to get to play along for weeks now.


I have been making predominantly square cards so this one was square too. Love the watercolour effects you can get with the shimmery white paper., And I think Bermuda Bay is one of my favourite colours. The rose cutout is adhered over the top of  piece of watercolour paper which I had been experimenting with. It was on the scrap heap initially but looked much better with the thinlit over the top. Infant the rose is two layers glued together.

Thnaks for looking, and a big thanks to the team at JAI for all their inspiration and enthusiasm,

Liz



5 comments:

  1. Wow...and wow! Liz this is stunning. Such a beautiful watercolour effect and your details are just perfect! Thanks for joining in to help celebrate our 300th challenge at Just Add Ink.

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    1. Thanks Nikki, congratulations on 300! It's sometimes amazing how those happy accidents end up being so good!

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  2. So gorgeous Liz! I love the vibrancy and variation in your water colouring and the Gold glimmer and burlap ribbon offer beautiful texture without taking away from your image. Stunning! Thanks for joining us for our 300th Challenge at Just Add Ink this week :-)

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    1. Thanks Jan, not usually a rose colour but somehow it seems to work. Thanks for all the inspiration from the JAI team.

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  3. Liz your card is fabulous. I too love Bermuda Bay and your water coloured piece from the scrap heap was a great save. Loving how you pulled it all together with those gorgeous embellies. So glad you were able to join us at Just Add Ink for our 300th challenge! x

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thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate it, Liz