(2016 c35) Designs by Ryn on Kraft



First I colored watercolor papers with several different color combinations of Color Burst by Ken Oliver  Then I stamped with Designs By Ryn – Flying Hummingbird 3 & Sideways Hibiscus. (and heat embossed with black EP which looks shiny/glittery) I fussy cut out images and adhered to the background.

The background paper is a kraft clear resist design from Tim Holtz Idea-ology Resist Motif stack  I sponged Tim Holtz Distress Inks and then wiped gently to remove any ink from the clear resist design.  I love how the kraft shows through and actually glimmers with a glittery effect when the light catches it.

For the sentiment I applied Versamark Ink to the raised portions of the embossing Thank You die from Spellbinders Sentiments 6 and ran through my Big Kick then I heat embossed with gold EP.

Challenges Entered:

DesignsByRyn: July – Customer Creation Challenge

ModSquad:  Get Krafty

DieCutDivas: Make it Glitter

SimonSaysStamp: (Wed) Things With Wings

SimonSaysStamp:  Work it Wednesday

WordArtWed:  #240-241 Anything Goes


  1. Ohh, how pretty! That background is so rich looking, and the flower and bird are so gorgeous!

  2. Verna Angerhofer

    I had been seeing this design around among various challenges and so admired it. This is gorgeous!

  3. Nice and sparkly. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.

  4. Ryn

    Like the watercolour effect on the flower and hummingbird! Thanks for adding this to my challenge 🙂

  5. caryndavies

    Such a beautiful card, love the colours and design.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Caryn xxx

  6. Cindy C.

    So pretty!!! Thanks for joining in the fun at Die Cut Diva’s.


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