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!

Watch the video:



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

Blog Candy Alert!! Follow our blog via email and comment on this post for a chance to win a special blog candy!

From: Sunny Studio Stamps Autumn Inspiration: Dee Earnshaw!
From: Let’s Have Some Summer Fun!: Regina Furman!
From: From Spring to Fall & Holiday Plushies: Jennifer Hayes!
From: Color Coordinates: Tropical Splash + New Product!: Tammy Arndt!
From: Weekender with Wanda – Getting ready for Autumn with Tim Holtz Stamps!: Michele K. Henderson!
From: Bright idea: Emboss Resist: Lisa Tilson!
From: Studio Monday with Nina-Marie: Faux Letterpress: Carla Hundley!

Please email [email protected] with your mailing address (if applicable), the name of the blog you won from, and the prize you won to claim your prize!

  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
    [email protected]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By agreeing, you accept the use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.