Sunday, April 16, 2017

Spring Garden .....

A Card made to reflect the colours of Spring !  Especially loving the cherry blossom at this time of the year.

I used a 5 x 7 inch white card blank and cut a smaller white matt.  I then used Inktense pencils and a water brush to make the other panels which were matted on pale blue card and then on foam pads. The blossom is diecut and again coloured with Inktense pencils and waterbrush.

The centre of the blossom was embellished with a flat gem and the sentiment (Beth Hughes) stamped on more white card with Versafine ink and stuck in place as shown.

This card meets the Less Is More Challenge Blogs theme for this week which is 'Spring Walk'.

Sid xx

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  1. This is just lovely, Sid


  2. How gorgeous. I'm in awe of your scene-building skills - truly fantastic! I love the distinctive design too with the stacked panels. It's very eye catching and creative. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

  3. What an absolutely glorious card - very relaxing. Love the colours.
    Hugs, Neet
    Happy Easter x

  4. Fabulous card, I love the layers they add so much interest to your design. Simply beautiful.

  5. What a lovely card Sid. The way you have painted your scene with its hues of blue and green is amazing. Absolutely super.

  6. This is a beauty Sid! Enjoy the easterweekend!

  7. This is lovely Sid. I especially like the small panels you have made for the cherry blossom. I hope you are well and that your FB group is thriving.

  8. This is such a lovely card. So pretty! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

  9. WOW Sid ! This is absolutely stunning ! What a gorgeous watercolour spring scene ! Very creative and it pops up so beautifully this wonderful cherry blossom ! Thanks for sharing and for inspiring.

  10. Hey Sid! This is so awesome! A perfect Spring scene, so elegant and delicate. Brilliantly put together and wonderful colouring. Thanks so much for playing with us at Less is More this week. x

  11. Wow, Sid this is fabulous. Love the vibrant colours you've achieved with your Inktense pencils to create your scenes. Great work.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x


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