Hey crafty friends! Happy to see you here!
Today I am very happy to join AAA Cards Challenge as a Guest Designer.
This hop is epic with more than 70 guests and over $1,000 in sponsored prizes! Not only are we celebrating four years since Rubeena first discovered cardmaking, but also crafting in general. This industry is made up of wonderful individuals who are creative, inspirational, kind, and incredibly supportive! Hop along so you can learn about why we create and how much joy it brings us!
I love to use watercolors and I have been working on improving my skills as a watercolor artist. I think I have a lot to learn… But I’d still like to share my basic tips for painting with watercolors.
Sometimes I prefer to create some flowers intuitively with no sketching and no rules. This is a great art therapy for me. Sometimes I like sketching the flowers I am going to draw to get comfortable with the proportions and shapes.
There is no blue without yellow and without orange…Vincent Van Gogh
I’ve got a lot of flower card ideas suitable for lots of different occasions. There are so many ways to add flowers to a card… For this project, I used a layering technique to build a beautiful look. Layering adds texture and depth to your card without requiring any special tools.
Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.Luther Burbank
Hello crafty friends!
Today I came up with the idea of creating a dimensional floral card. I love layering technique so much! It adds depth and texture to your card. Also, layering helps direct the eye towards the focal point of your card.