Monday, July 21, 2014

CAS on Sunday #38 Sympathy & PTI's MIM #173 by Heather - No Outline Watercolor

My card for 2 challenges CAS on Sunday
PTI's Happy Hydrangea in Winter Wisteria, Royal Velvet, Simply Chartreuse & Spring Moss.
I put the last splotches on when the rest of the card was fairly dry so they didn't blend as well.
I should have left it alone.  Oh well....

 



20 comments:

  1. Pretty card Lin, I haven't watched the video, but this looks really good!

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  2. Nice job in blending, I was thinking of using that flower and you made it look perfect. A very appropriate Sympathy card.

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  3. Oh I love it and the blotches don't look blotchey at all - they look so naturally watercolored - great job!

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  4. It looks beautiful just like it is Linda! I haven't decided which flower image to use for mine yet since I only have a few stamps...hahahahahaha! I love the Hydrangea's you chose though, and you watercolored it like a pro! :0)

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  5. Love this just the way you've done it, "splotches" and all ;). It looks terrific!

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  6. Is pretty and the last splotches work. Its always good to have some stand alone bits in watercolour. Great card

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  7. All looks amazing to me, Lin, no splotches, just gorgeous watercoloring!

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  8. this is sooo pretty! i love hydrangeas !!!
    ~tracey

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  9. Wow...now talk about a stunner of a card! This is a masterpiece if I have ever seen one. I would love one just like this to hang on my wall. So so beautiful Linda.

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  10. such a lovely card, your hydrangeas are very nice

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  11. your Card is very pretty, beautiful flowers in all the different purple shades!

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  12. Wow!! this is stunning!! I LOVE your painting on this!! Your shading is perfect!!

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  13. It's a cool yet tricky technique is it not? but I love the final result and yours came out lovely!

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  14. This is truly beautiful! You used one of my favorite PTI sets - that hydrangea is the perfect choice for this technique! Love the different shades of purples and greens you used. Nice work!

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  15. This is so pretty. Love the image and the colours that you used :) x

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  17. I love this and wouldn't change a thing! It's so pretty.

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  18. Very very pretty, Linda. Lovely colours and image. Thank you for playing along with us at CAS on Sunday. Luv, Wilma

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