Balloon Celebration Stampin’ Up! ®Geometric Watercolour Card – One Layer Challenge Fail! 😂
Well today’s card was intended for Less is More’s challenge this week where the theme is geometric shapes or patterns! I first thought of the Six Sided Sampler stamp set with all those lovely hexagons but then remembered I had been waiting for some new embossing powder to make the card I have now made! Perfect I thought – the “wheel” from the Balloon Celebration Stampin’ Up! photopolymer set is a geometric shape – WIN!
I had a great time making this card on Saturday night. I poured a glass of wine, got out my versamark and embossing powder, did the stamping onto watercolour paper, then decided to do a rainbow of colours! So glad I have the full Stampin’ Up! set of Stampin’ Write Markers as I used 30 of them! Yes I did say 30! I used 5 shades each of pink, purple, yellow, orange, green and blue!
I sat with my glass of wine, a paint brush, some water and all those markers and coloured in each section of the wheels separately! So peaceful and relaxing! I finished the card off yesterday morning with Soft Sky ink to fill in the background.
I mounted the watercolour panel on to a Smoky Slate card base, stamped and heat embossed the sentiment from Another Thank You – and here is my card! I love it! I love the whole process of this card and I love how it’s turned out! BUT….
I can’t enter it into the Less is More challenge as I failed to read the part that said One Layer Week!!!! FAIL!!! 😂 ha ha ha – never mind, I love the card so much I am sharing it with you anyway!
I may or may not be back with a card for the challenge! I had a productive Friday and Saturday night making enough cards for my blog that could last all week if I don’t get the chance to enter any challenges!
I’ve been playing a guessing game of what will be in the retiring list when it comes out next week. So I have a few projects I’ve made using the 2014 – 2016 In Colors which are of course definitely retiring and I’ve also teamed them up with a stamp set I think may retire – I could of course be entirely wrong and it will carry over. It’s been fun creating with it anyway as it was one of my (ahem… many) sadly under-utilised sets! Check back in the week for those cards plus more!
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