Friday, February 28, 2014

Thinking of You


Since I've been having fun with watercolors lately, I thought I would dig out my watercolor crayons.  This is one of my favorite color mediums!  Here I've colored on some flowers from Bloom and Grow from Verve and spritzed them with water.  Love the effect it gives!    The simple stamped sentiment is from Kind Words.  Verve just has the best sentiments!!  :)

2.28.14


****I have a winner to announce from the Simon Says Stamp Spring Release Blog Hop.............Betty Meyskens!!!!  Huge congrats!!!

Thanks for sharing a part of your day with me here!

{Thinking of You}
Stamps:  Kind Words, Bloom and Grow (Verve)
Paper:  Basic Gray (SU), White (PTI)
Ink:  Versafine black
Misc:  Watercolor Crayons, Clear Epoxy Stickers

11 comments:

~amy~ said...

So pretty Amy!

Sherry Eckblad said...

This is so beautiful Amy! I have never tried the watercolor crayons before is there a brand you would recommend?

June K said...

Amy, lovely card. Love the watercolor. BTW, thanks for reminding me that I own watercolor crayons. :) I'd better "dig" them out.

VanessaB said...

GORGEOUS!

Miriam Prantner said...

Oh I love this, I've not gotten watercolor crayons, but maybe I need to to!

Wida said...

I love the juxtaposition of the sharp lines and the soft watercolors.

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Love those flowers and the grey stripes are just the perfect balance! Beautiful card Amy! TFS

Betty Meyskens said...

Amy - I am so excited to have won the goody bag!! I love the soft color of your card today. I purchased watercolor crayons from SU a long time ago and they are in the back of my cupboard .... so you have motivated me to get them out and try them out again today. Thank you for the inspiration!

Jen Carter said...

This is so pretty! I think watercolor crayons were the first technique I learned when stamping. I need to pull them back out again!

Darnell J Knauss said...

Drop-dead gorgeous, Amy!! Hugs, Darnell

Diana Nguyen said...

This is so gorgeous! Love the layout!

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