A beautiful day..

Today is the last day of mix it up challenge at Ellen Huston blog. This idea was in my mind in day one but every time I set to creat a card it changed to something else.. finally I was able to make my card today.. I used Altenew card kit stamp to creat the flower background of this card.. and I stamped the sentiment from essential by Ellen Mondo Magnolia stamp set.

I put my stamp in there position then I trace it with pencile around it , I colored my flower and the leaves with the colour I wanted I used pencils watercolour to add more detail to colour and leaves.. after it dried up I stamped them with clear embossing powder and embossed it.. add more white to blend my background and let my flower shine over the masked background..my first time to try this technique I never so anyone did it before although I am sure you will find other made it before. I know I took a the hard and long path although I can stamped my flower with the distress ink and blend my background and add the details then embossed it. Which I will do it the next time.. I was short in time but I like the result and who is these flower pops with sharp yet soft colors ..

 

Here is my card photos..

 

I am entering these challenges..

 

Ellen Huston mis it up challenge October challenge with Altenew

 

 

 

Altenew October inspiration challenge

 

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Linda E says:

    What a pretty card!

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  2. Ashwini says:

    Its really gorgeous! I love how you’ve colored and kept the background mellowed, really makes it very elegant! Wonderful work, Maryam!!

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    1. Thanks Ashwini for your super sweet comment.. 😍😊☺️

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  3. lostinpaper says:

    What a great combo for the challenges, I can’t see the struggle from here, it looks so watercoloury and beautiful Maryam!

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    1. Thanks Therese for you kind words.😍😊😍I deeply appreciate your kindness..

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