Monday, April 10, 2017

Pink and Green Penny Black Tulips for CAS Watercolour

Hello and welcome.


I was fishing in my UFO box and found this image.

I know it was watrcolored but I'm not sure just how I did it.

I probably inked it with Distress Markers, stamped and moved the ink
with an Aqua Painter.

Or I could have inked the stamp with markers and stamped onto
wet watercolor paper.

Or, I could have inked it with markers and spritzed it.

Usually that doesn't work well for me so probably not.

Our CAS Watercolour Challenge
 is still going on.

Penny Black Saturday Challenge  SPRING OR EASTER



Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.

Enjoy!



Card Recipe
Stamps:  Promise Me (PB), Easter Blessings (Paper Smooches)
Ink:   Early Espresso (SU)
Paper:   Watercolor (Arches), Melon Mambo (SU) Watercolor Base (Strathmore Cold Press)
Other:  Distress Markers, Aqua Painter (Maybe?)


21 comments:

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

Well, whatever method you used Bonnie, you certainly used it to great effect, this is just beautiful! Have a lovely week my friend! Luv n’ Hugs. Hazel xx
My Card Attic

Gibmiss said...

Hi Bonnie
Fabulous card...
thanks for joining us at PBSC ...
Hugs Sylvie xxDT

Linda said...

Whatever technique you used, it's beautiful, Bonnie.

Barb said...

What beautiful colours. It's a very pretty card Bonnie. Barbxx

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

So artistic, Bonnie! Perfect for Easter with that sentiment!!

Loll said...

So pretty Bonnie. Love the bright pink blooms! xx

Tamie said...

Stunning water coloring! Those flowers are simply gorgeous with those colors. Clean and simple but stunning. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing creation with us at 4 Crafty Chicks Flowers Challenge.

Tamie DT

nancy littrell said...

TFS your watercoloured tulips Bonnie...reminds me I have that stamp. It is great for watercolouring in any of the 3 techniques you mentioned. Hugs...

brenda said...

It's a really lovely Spring creation Bonnie and perfect for our theme, many thanks for joining us at Penny Black and More April challenge.

B x

Mac Mable said...

Such a dreamy card and loving the artsy look to it. Just goes to show there are so many ways to get a water-coloured look to our cards these days. Thank you for sharing this beauty x

JosieD said...

It sure turned out well however you watercolored it. Set off nicely with the melon mambo mat and strong sentiment.

Marcia HIll said...

However you did it, this card turned out GORGEOUS! And how perfect that it fit the challenge for this month?!! Definitely a win-win...lovely card my friend!! :0)

Brenda said...

Doesn't matter how you did your watercoloring Bonnie, we can definitely see that it is watercolored and it is gorgeous! I love those flowers and the color. Hugs, Brenda

Daffodil Cards said...

Love the softness of the flowers.
Faith
x

JoAnn said...

Love your card. A great technique whichever one you used. :) Have a great week my friend.

Doris said...

Such a pretty card, Bonnie!

Christine said...

The soft watercolor look is so beautiful! So glad you joined the challenge at Four Crafty Chicks this week.
Christine
Guest DT
http://withaverygratefulheart.blogspot.com

Susan said...

Love your "mystery technique" card, Bonnie! Such a soft look!

MaryH said...

Pretty, Pretty, no matter what technique you've used for the watercolor. A brilliant Easter card (or could be a Spring card too!) It's lovely. TFS

Christine Alexander said...

I love the soft water coloured edges to the image you stamped. It works perfectly with the Easter sentiment.

susiestacey said...

Lovely card, beautiful tulips. x
Thank you for sharing at Penny Black & More 'Spring' challenge and good luck x Susan x