Cardmaking: Flower Arrangement with Loose Watercolor Background


Hi friends! Welcome to the latest feature with the fantastic Kelly Latevola! She’s back this month with a GORGEOUS floral arrangement card featuring Sketch Ranunculus and Spring Flowers and using Tim Holtz Distress Inks as a background for a loose watercolor look! The perfect finishing touch? A beautiful embossed sentiment and sequins! Be sure to watch the video tutorial and enjoy!

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Thanks for reading today, and a big thanks to Kelly for being our special guest!

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  1. Wow! Thank you Kelly! I learned so many tips and tricks from this video! You must be a very patient person to use 4 Copic colors on the center flower, plus the out-lining, cool shading, white bits and sparkle on one flower! It is AMAZINGLYING wonderful with so much depth! I didn’t even know you could use Copics over Distress Inks! Thank you for sharing your wisdom!

    He IS Able!
    Traci Starkweather
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