Tulips

Power Poppy Tulip

Here is something a little different from me. This is the Tulips Digital Stamp from Power Poppy. I took the digital stamp and lightened it to a light grey in my editing program, then I printed it off and traced it with an Elegant Writer calligraphy pen, THne when that pen is hit with water you get all these pretty blue and pink hues that you see all through the front of this card. It’s a slow process but I really love the way it looks.

Power Poppy Tulip 2

I then took my Golden Qor Watercolours to fill in and add some more color to the card (if I was to remake this card the purple flower in the middle would be in the same colour family as the other 2, I feel that the purple flower kinda gets lost. But I still love the card). Once it was all dry I cut the panel to 5 1/4″ x 4″ and matted it on white then put it on a green card base.

Power Poppy Tulip 3

You can purchase this card here. 

I would like to enter this card into the Power Poppy  Shabby Chic challenge. 

I have uploaded the 3 part live making of this card to my youtube channel, you can find the link in the more places to find me page!

Thanks for stopping by,

Hugz,

Jess

8 thoughts on “Tulips

  1. I love this card! My grandma was really into calligraphy and had a ton of different pens I inherited, I’m going to have to see if she had any Elegant Writer kind! This poppy image is really pretty too, but I totally love the completed look of your card! Thanks for inspiring!

  2. I absolutely “love” what you did ! What a wonderful technique
    and it offers so many opportunities for us digi lovers.
    Thank you for sharing your amazing talent and ideas with me

  3. Oh, this is an amazing technique, and it’s gorgeous! It’s truly like a work of art! Stunning, and I hope to see more of your work! Very intrigued about using the calligraphy pen and then watercoloring! Hugs!

  4. Jess, this is BEYOND INCREDIBLE! How gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing the technique. The bleeding is amazing! hugs, de

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