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Sunday, March 2, 2014

Thanks!


I created this for several challenges:

Less Is More 161 - Yellow and Green
CAS(E) This Sketch
Little Red Wagon - Spring
The Card Concept - Floral Theme - Clean and Simple
The Friday Mashup - Spring Flowers
Virginia's View - Watercoloring
The Paper Players - Spring Thank You card
CAS On Sunday - Color Me Pretty - use markers, pencils....


This was also made for the SCS Inspiration challenge and Featured Stamper Challenge.

Wow I've never made one card for so many challenges before!  I colored this Rubbernecker 4 step stamping image with Distress markers, spritzed them with water and stamped them onto Tim Holtz Watercolor paper.  The sentiment is from Amuse.
The style of this card according to the Card Concept is CAS (Clean and Simple).  Here is their definition:

  • One main image
  • Lots of open space (uncluttered)
  • Limited layers & embellishments
  • Quick & easy to recreate

Here is the CAS(E) This Sketch:

Thanks for coming by!

28 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Harriet. Love the water-spritzed blooms. And great colors - so cheerful and a sign of spring that is just around the corner (hopefully!). Loll xx

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  2. This is stunning Harriet! Love the water coloring.

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  3. Hi Harriet! I came across your blog from Virgina's blog and saw this gorgeous card! Your work is just beautiful and this card looks like it's handpainted. Thanks for such a treat! I signed up to follow. :)

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  4. Wow Harriet! This card is simply stunning! It truly is a work of art!

    Have a great week!

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  5. Deep, gorgeous and rich!! How lovely are your water-colors, Harriet!! You have nailed this challenge! Really artistic! So glad that you join the first Virginia's View Challenge!

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  6. Gorgeous Harriet...simply gorgeous!

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  7. Beautiful watercolouring Harriet! So pretty. Thank you so much for joining us at the Card Concept!

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  8. Beautiful card! Great job on the watercoloring.

    Thank you for joining us at The Friday Mashup.

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  9. I just love cards that highlight the color yellow, they are so bright an cheerful! Your flowers are beautifully done, terrific job!

    Thanks for sharing with us at The Friday Mashup!

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  10. How wonderful that one beautiful card qualifies for so many challenges. Your watercoloring looks gorgeous.

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  11. Gorgeous card! Love your flowers and colors. :) Thanks for playing with us at CAS on Sunday!

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  12. Harriet, this is stunning! Your watercolored blooms are gorgeous; Love the colors! And kudos to you for fitting in so many challenges! Thanks so much for joining us at The Card Concept this week!

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  13. Smashing card and well done for making it to suit so many challenges too

    Kathyk

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  14. This is lovely, but sadly you have linked it to too many challenges for us at Less is More where we allow a maximum of 5 which may be combined!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    Less is More

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  15. This is gorgeous ... I love the layout. xx

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  16. Wow, this is stunning, Harriet ... you've used the colours beautifully for this watercolour delight ... gorgeous! Anita :)

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  17. This is lovely! Thanks for sharing at Little Red Wagon.

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  18. This is stunning! I adore CAS and your watercoloring is just fantastic!
    Rosi x

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  19. This is amazingly beautiful.

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  20. This is so gorgeous! Beautiful take on the sketch!

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  21. Harriet, this is a cool technique. Thanks for playing at the Friday Mashup.

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  22. Beautiful card, unfortunately too many other entries to qualify for the LIM challenge :(


    Anne
    (Guest LIM commenter!)

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  23. This is a wonderful card, Harriet. It caught my eye from all of the thumbnails at Virginia's View. Stamping and watercoloring are a perfect mix.

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  24. Stunning card - love the technique! Nicole

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  25. This is so very pretty, Harriet!

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