I recently won some digital stamps from Sheepski Designs. One of the sets I chose was this beautiful Tulip Border. I printed it on watercolor card stock, and colored it in with Prismacolor Pencils.
To add a bit more dimension: I printed five extra tulips, colored them, and fussy cut them. I then rolled them around a thin paintbrush to make them pop up in the center and glued them over the existing border. I added some texture to my card by applying crackle medium over the five extra tulips.
Supplies and tools:
- Tulip Border (Sheepski Designs)
- Prismacolor Pencils
- Free printable from Word Art Wednesday
- Crackle Accents (Ranger)
- Salty Ocean / Twisted Citron Distress Oxides (Ranger)
This post linked to:
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes
Tuesday Throwdown - Pastel colors
Kraft Chicks - Photo Inspiration below (spring flowers)
The Paper Funday Challenge - Anything Goes (optional twist Easter)
It's beautiful! I love how you added the pops of detail to the tulips, so springy!!!
Your tulips are just gorgeous!
Beautiful coloring and love the dimension you brought to it by adding a few extra flowers!
Love your beautiful tulip border!
Beautiful card, Esther! Love all those tulips. Thanks for playing with us this week at Krafty Chicks Challenge.
A very pretty card and perfect for Easter! Thanks for sharing with us at The Paper Funday Challenges and best of luck in the draw. Donna - DT Member
Post a Comment