Tuesday, September 22, 2009

FTTC #34


Today's challenge for Flourishes' Timeless Tuesday challenge was to use misting on your card. I used a water mister to try to make my colors run so it would look like a watercolor painting. It did not work quite like I expected. I really wanted the colors to bleed out, and I even used my SU markers. I also tried using white craft ink on my basket weave stamp in the background. This is the rich razzleberry cs, which is one of the new SU "in" colors as is the crushed curry which I used in the matting of the design paper. The stamps are from Flourishes' Tulip set except for the itty bitty background stamp from SU that I used for the spattering around the tulip.

8 comments:

Mary said...

Very nice, actually more than very nice....BEAUTIFUL!

Silke Ledlow said...

Liz - this is such a wonderful take on the FTTC!!!! Your card turned out sooooo beautiful!!!

Thank you for playing along!!! Hugs ~S~

Crystal said...

Liz this is beautiful!

Harriet Skelly said...

Liz this is gorgeous!!

jdmommy said...

I hope that's not a complaint about the 'bleeding', because this card is beautiful!!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Beautiful Liz... oh I love this flower, looks fabulous.

Betty Wright said...

Gorgeous and beautifully done, Liz!!! Love the look with the technique. I love the basketweave bg with the white craft ink. Terrific card!!! Thanks so much for playing FTTC!!!

Lynn said...

Really, really pretty!!