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So Suzy Blooms

Hi Everyone,

I love those flowers that Olesya designed - just awesome! They are part of the new Spring Release from So Suzy Stamps.

And that is how this card evolved:
Started with Yupo paper and heat embossed the Blooms - did some masking. of course. You have to be careful with the heat embossing, as Yupo is essentially plastic and tends to warp. But it can be done, as you can see.

I used  water brush pens to color the blooms.

Moved the color around with another water brush until I was happy with how it looked.

Gave them some light blue background.

Stamped the sentiment onto light blue paper and die cut it. Added another strip of teal paper at the bottom.

I hope you liked this!

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Nora Noll said…
The pink on this is fabulous. So vibrant!! Really nice design!
conil said…
Whoa! Work of art. Of course, the flowers are beautifully colored but the background embossing and details really show them off to full advantage. Also love the design elements...lower 1/3 of the card and that elegant strip of teal. Simply exquisite.
cm said…
Well beyond *like*, my friend...rather, completely smitten with and crushing over! Gorgeous! I agree with Conil: your design accentuates the beauty of the flowers and their lovely surroundings with the strategic placement!
Aileen said…
Wow I can see why you love these blooms, they are stunning. And the watercolouring and design is perfect of course.
Christine said…
Eine tolle Karte! Wunderschön koloriert :)
Liebe Grüße
Teresa Doyle said…
Cornelia, your card is really lovely. Very well done! TFS!
Mac Mable said…
Those stamps are going to be popular. Amazing and eye catching card. Great masking and ever so pretty colours. Well done on heating the yuppo..I have not been successful so far x
Wow! Very beautiful card. I love the colors!
Ruth said…
Ganz mein Ding!
Wunderschön Cornelia!
Herzliche Grüße Ruth
Wow! What a beautiful card! Thanks for joining the KD Challenge. Sonja
papierelle said…
Nochmal so traumhaft zarte Farben .. ich muss das unbedingt auch mal probieren!!
Monika Reeck said…
your watercoloring is STUNNING woooww
is that Akashiya SAI liebe Cornelia
looks like it but if wrong so sorryyyy...I am not good at coloring flowers and you are so good to blended colors here
love love your result
beautiful added the teal strip paper too
Sweet Adorable card Cornelia!
see you around CWS has new challenge join again sweety
Anita in France said…
Ooooh, so pretty, Cornelia ... your watercolouring is fantastic! Hugs, Anita :)
Anonymous said…
Beautiful card!
LG Britti
Liebe Cornelia,
die Karte ist ein Traum!
So blumig, leicht und frisch!
Freut mich sehr, dass du sie mit uns teilst und bei kreativ durcheinander zeigst ❤️
Dicker Kuss

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