Thursday, February 4, 2016

Watercolor Class Floral

I'm not as pleased with this card as with some of the others,
but thought I'd share it anyway.

I was trying to do the negative technique from Day 3 of the
Online Watercolor Class
I didn't get the depth that Dawn got and my negative space got out of hand.

I think my Aunt will like it though.

Here's what it looked like before I cut it down for the card front.

Glad you could stop by.

Stamp  Recipe
Stamps:  Fabulous Florets (SU), Friendship Messages (SSS)
Ink:  Chocolate Chip
Paper:  Watercolor (Arches 140 lb. cold press), Blushing Bride (SU), Solar White (Neena)
Other:  Watercolors (Koi Travel Kit)


Daffodil Cards said...

I love the end result, it really is a beautiful painting and card.

MaryH said...

I am NOT sure what doesn't please you with this card. It pleases ME very much. It's beautiful! And I bet I like it even more, after I look at the video too. Beautiful color choices. TFS & Hugs

Barb said...

I'm sure your Aunt will love it. It's absolutely beautiful Bonnie. Barbxx

jimlynn said...

I'd be VERY pleased with this! Just beautiful and looks like a work of art.

Maxine D said...

It may not have turned out how you wanted it Bonnie, but it is a beautiful painting and a very pretty card.

Loll said...

Your flowers are so pretty, soft and delicate Bonnie. Great job with the class! xx

JosieD said...

I like the soft -- and realistic -- look of this card a lot, plus the pretty colors. For first time at trying many new things in this class, I think you did great! Thank you for sharing along the way.

beverly said...

Bonnie, this class must have been great. Love the one you cut down even tho you didn't care as much for it. To me it looks really 'water color artist' quality! You are already blessed with such talent and the class just added to it! Learned a lot from all your cards. THANKS!

Linda said...

This is so beautiful Bonnie. Great job in this class. I'm very impressed....

Princess Judy Palmer said...

This is very pretty. I like the soft edges to your image. Soft focus--it works for this card!