This is in honor of Dina ... this week's Queen for the Day. I chose this beauty to CASE. I followed Dina's wonderful tutorial on the Power Poppy Website.
Thanks so much Dina!! I have learned a lot from your video tutorial ... I had so much fun watercoloring this card! And thank you for all the beautiful inspiration in your gallery, along with all the time you spend at SCS helping make it a better place for all of us! Enjoy your special week!
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Creative Crew SU Design Team Alumni
Registered: October 29, 2004 Location: Coos Bay, Oregon Posts: 21976
Tue, Aug 19, 2014 @ 3:18 PM
Loll, I love how your watercoloring flowers and BG turned out. I just finished watching Dina's Fabulous video on the technique. I can now really see all the techniques Dina used on your card beautiful card too! Isn't sharing just the Best! TFS my friend.
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Registered: June 19, 2010 Location: Daniel Island, S.C. Posts: 5255
Tue, Aug 19, 2014 @ 8:36 PM
Loll, you achieved a wonderful background on this card, and your watercoloring is lovely. And, as always, you can turn a CAS into an absolute work of art! Great tribute to Dina, Loll. Both are beautiful cards.
Registered: February 9, 2010 Location: Mentone, California Posts: 7380
Tue, Aug 19, 2014 @ 9:32 PM
Your beauty is a wonderful case of another beauty! She will love it, as do I.... Your sunflowers are gorgeously colored and fussy cut AND your background is AMAZING!!! Love the splatters!!! GREAT job...
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Registered: October 19, 2004 Location: moving to Missouri! Posts: 12949
Wed, Aug 20, 2014 @ 7:26 AM
Oh Loll, I'm so glad you tried it! Isn't that technique fun? I love the soft colors you used and the effect of the soft splattering - did you stamp into the background too? It's just gorgeous. Love the layout of your card too, and the leaves outside the box. Thanks so much for pawing through my gallery, and for showcasing one of my techniques! That's what makes this job worthwhile - passing it on!