This Tablecloth inspired my card along with three DTGD challenges. The background was done by applying watercolor to an acrylic block and the flowers were watercolored with distress inks. Thanks so much for looking!
Date: Saturday, August 9, 2014 GMT Views: 1235
Registered: December 15, 2006 Location: my heart remains in France Posts: 21965
Sat, Aug 09, 2014 @ 8:54 AM
Your watercolouring is amazing!!! Soooo gorgeous!!!
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Registered: February 9, 2010 Location: Mentone, California Posts: 7380
Sat, Aug 09, 2014 @ 11:19 AM
What a great idea to use your block to do the back ground! I struggle with watercolor but love the look of it...I may try this, I have a Hero Arts flower stamp that I have unsuccessfully tried to use like this! Thank you for the inspiration...yours is beautiful and as Kitty said , MUCH prettier than the table cloth! Your matting is the perfect accent coupled with your great sentiment. LOVE this! Pinned and faved...
Registered: March 20, 2008 Location: Hamilton, Ontario Canada Posts: 487
Sat, Aug 09, 2014 @ 1:15 PM
Oh what a lovely watercolored image, beautiful card!!! I love how you've highlighted the flowers with the white space, then blue elsewhere--it's very effective. I wish I could see this card in person, for it's already wonderful just from the photo... :) Can't wait to try your background idea, it sounds GREAT!
Registered: June 4, 2009 Location: Deatsville, Alabama Posts: 24037
Sat, Aug 09, 2014 @ 3:54 PM
Wow, I didn't even notice that tablecloth but it is a perfect choice. Your card is BEAUTIFUL! Love the flowers, the colors, and the wonderful bg - I am going to try this soon! TFS your lovely card. Hugz!
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