Friday, January 30, 2015

Inky Paws Challenge Card 2 - My First Floral Card

Hey there everyone! Heidi here with another entry for the Inky Paws Challenge No. 17
I got to tell you, that my thing are critters, I have never been into floral stamps, until now.
This is how it happened: I bought this cute stamp set called "Wild Child" by Newton's Nook, because it has all the baby animals with their mother or fathers, I thought I could paired with the sentiments from the  "Love grows" stamp set, but I totally overlook the flowers. Also recently I bought my water colors and I love the look of water colored flowers when people apply water colors in a very random way, it gives a natural, and delicate look.I just like the idea that there is not right or wrong with this type of watercoloring!
I watched quite a few videos of water coloring on YouTube, because I am an inexperience person when it comes to water-coloring. This is also the first time I typed and printed a sentiment, I got inspired by the stamp name "Love Grows" and I used the "Script MT Bold" font.
I really hope you'll like this card.

Love Grows stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs, Heart shape stackable die, scallop frame and stitched banner from the blue prints Dienamics No. 20, water colors, limeade cardstock by MFT, water color paper by Ranger. white embossing powder by Wow, white cardstock by Bazzil,

Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. WOW! Oh my sweet friend, this card is just beautiful! I'm not much on flowers either, but this card might just change my mind! Your watercoloring looks so soft and pretty, just perfect for these sweet flowers. I absolutely love this ♥

  2. Hello Heidi! I am surprised that you don't normally use flowers - you did such an amazing job with this card! I also love using this set with watercolors - something about it pairs so nicely! Thanks so much for linking up to our Inky Paws challenge at Newton's Nook Designs!

  3. It's amazing how you color this flowers, the watercolour is nice and I adore to use the white embossing for this kind of cards. Awesome!