Friday, March 29, 2013

Watercolored Poppies


Hi Everyone,

Hope this is a very blessed Easter weekend for all of you!

I made this card for the Inspiration Challenge this weekend -- I'm hosting (here) and I hope you'll join me!   I chose the website "Eglantyne Shop" which I don't have a clue what that means, everything is in Chinese Script.  I just know that I love everything on it!!  I could easily make a dozen cards inspired from this webstore!


I chose This ローズモチーフ・シルクボックス Item from the "New" section as my inspiration.  Translated it means "Rose Silk Box."  I think.  Anyhow, I was inspired by the print, the softness and the colors.  And I love all things Victorian.  So it was an easy choice!




I started with a textured panel of Blush Blossom cardstock and very lightly rubbed Groovy Guava ink over the raised texture to bring out the pattern just a bit.  I then heat embossed the "Watercolor Poppies" image from Rubbernecker in white EP.  I colored in the poppies with my "Watercolor Wonder" crayons, referencing my inspiration piece, then used a Sizzix EF to create the textured border.  I added a bracket of bling from "Want to Scrap" across the top of the panel to balance the placement of the image.  I adhered the finished panel to creme colored cardstock base.




Thanks so much for stopping by today! 

 
 

3 comments:

Julia Aston said...

Oh my goodness Anne! you re-created your inspiration perfectly on your beautiful card! love the colors, textures, inking and wonderful coloring!! I'm so busy with church all this Holy Week - not sure I'll get to play the IC but maybe tomorrow morning???!! Wishing you a Blessed Easter dear friend!

Tracey Fitzgerald said...

VERY pretty and will definitely steal, with credit of course!

Joan Ervin said...

This is soooo pretty and elegant, Anne....I love the new RN poppies and they look fabulous with the white embossing!!! At first I thought the background paper was dp.....fabulous, gf!!!!!