(2018 c81) Repetition Watercolor


I stamped the three oak leaves from Neat & Tangled – Fractal Leaf with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with clear WOW Embossing Powder on lightweight watercolor paper. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA I used the Misti Stamping Tool for stamping multiple times in order to get good imprssions.  Then I painted inside the raised veins with Distress Inks by Ranger Peeled Paint and Twisted Citron.  The sentiment from Neat & Tangled – Hello There was stamped on vellum and heat embossed with black embossing powder.  The sentiment on the inside was cut using Spellbinders – S2-187 Happy Birthday Garland Die Set.  

Remember it is #WorldWatercolorMonth 

I also want to give a shout out for a Compassionate Ministry called Signs of Love .   They bring language and love to the deaf who are language deprived in northern Honduras, and they launched in Peru in July 2017.  They also have partnerships in Uganda, Zambia, and Sri Lanka.  Their goal is to bring language to those who are language deprived, loving them to wholeness, and healing through Jesus Christ. Love is our guide, and we’ve learned time and again, Love never fails.

Challenges Entered:

MyFavoriteThings: Summer School – Repetition

Doodlewash:  #WorldWatercolorMonth 

CardChallenges: (MFT) Sketch Chal #393MFT_WSC_393

CasUalFridays:  CFC #203 – Heat Emboss34962156_1881748955182579_7423796180238204928_o.jpg

Neat&Tangled:  Throwdown – Crafting With Compassioncraftingwithcompassion-01.jpg




  1. Verna Angerhofer

    This is so gorgeous and I love the leafy design.

  2. I just love this design-so simple, yet so elegant!

  3. Laurie

    This is beautiful!!! Thank you for joining us for the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge!!!

  4. Love your card! The embossing is outstanding! Thanks for sharing with CAS-ual Friday!

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