Pretty Pink Posh – Watercolored Wild Roses

Hi, Friends!

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I’m running behind (at least to me). It feels like I haven’t been able to catch up from Creativation from over a month ago. I got overwhelmed with all the stamps that I got and have been trying to do a lot of guest design work that has spread me too thin. If you haven’t noticed yet, I’ve stopped designing for Hello Bluebird. It wasn’t an easy decision, but I think it’s for the best. I’ve taken the past 2 weeks to relax and spend time with my family a bit more. Anyhow…I tried to be productive this weekend and this post is a bit procrastinated for me as I just finished this card last night!

Pretty Pink Posh florals are my favorite. I love all the shakers and critter stamps, but the florals have my heart. I could use them again and again, coloring them with different colors and mediums and they always turn out a little different each time. Today, I’m using the Wild Rose set.

Today’s card is truly inspired by a recent colored pencil card that Debby Hughes posted. She’s an amazing cardmaker and I really admire her work. She also does wonderful watercolor work – though it’s funny that this card was inspired by a colored pencil card. It was all the white splatters and use of the hello die and sequins that inspired me on this card, specifically.

I watercolored this card using Daniel Smith Quinacridone Purple paint and added the word “hello” cut from purple glitter cardstock using the Hello Friend Script from Pretty Pink Posh. Once I added all the different flowers and adhered them down on the kraft panel, I splattered it with white paint and iridescent shimmer spray. The card is finished off with some Pansy Purple jewels and Sparkling Clear 6mm sequins.

Have a wonderful week!

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PPP Wild Rose
PPP Wild Rose
PPP | SSS | EH
PPP Wild Rose
PPP Wild Rose
PPP | SSS | EH
PPP Hello Friend Script
PPP Hello Friend Script
PPP | SSS | EH
PPP Sparkling Clear 6mm
PPP Sparkling Clear 6mm
PPP | SSS | EH
PPP Pansy Purple Jewels
PPP Pansy Purple Jewels
PPP | SSS | EH
Daniel Smith Watercolors
Daniel Smith Watercolors
SSS | EH | MERRIARTIST
Silver Brush Black Velvet Brushes
Silver Brush Black Velvet Brushes
SSS | EH | AMZN
Ink On 3 Fadeout No Line Coloring
Ink On 3 Fadeout No Line Coloring
SSS | EH
MFT Pure Plum Sparkle Card Stock
MFT Pure Plum Sparkle Card Stock
Arches Cold Pressed Watercolor Pad 140 lb
Arches Cold Pressed Watercolor Pad 140 lb
SSS | EH | AMZN
SU Cardstock
SU Cardstock
ATG Gun
ATG Gun
SSS | EH | AMZN
Mini Multi Medium Matte Glue
Mini Multi Medium Matte Glue
SSS | EH | HMSB
Absorber
Absorber
Martha Stewart Mini Scoring Board
Martha Stewart Mini Scoring Board
SSS | EH
MSP Mini MISTI
MSP Mini MISTI
SSS | EH | MSP | HA
MSP Mini MISTI Mouse Pad
MSP Mini MISTI Mouse Pad
SSS | EH | MSP | HA
Teflon Bone Folder
Teflon Bone Folder
SSS | EH | HMSB
Tonic Glass Media Mat
Tonic Glass Media Mat
TS | SSS | EH

3 thoughts on “Pretty Pink Posh – Watercolored Wild Roses

  1. I always think Pretty Pink Posh floral stamps are so fun to work with. They can be dressed up for elegance and beauty or dressed down for fun and adorable. Your card is simply gorgeous, your watercoloring on it is fabulous. Thank you for sharing this and for the always awesome inspiration. Glad to hear you have/are taking some down time, family first is always the best way. Hugs.
    (mardy14@bellsouth.net)

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  2. It really shows that you enjoy working with these PPP florals … your card is just beautiful! Awesome watercoloring! Love how your purple Hello matched the purple flowers so well.

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