Friday, 1 July 2016

Pink Lemonade for Polkadoodles

Hello lovely peeps


 It's time for a new challenge at Polkadoodles and the theme this time is 'Use Ribbon or Twine'

I've been dying to use this gorgeous 'Antique Rose Print Burlap' ribbon that I bought from the Ribbons & Trims section of the Polkadoodles store back in January (it's not available at the moment but there are heaps of other gorgeous things in there). I've teamed it up with a flower I built using the Lemonade Fizz stamp soup collection.

I stamped the flower with Black Archival ink onto watercolour card and then painted it in with Pebeo Drawing Gum to protect it while I did the background. I mixed some Rose Red Brusho crystals with a smidge of the Purple in order to get the correct shade and just slapped it on around the flower (I wet the card first so that the colour spread out). I splashed on some white gesso and Buff Titanium paint with a wet paintbrush before drying it off and rubbing away the gum.

The leaves were coloured in the with a mix of Moss Green and Yellow Brusho crystals and I used Grey on the petals.


I would like to enter this in the following challenges:-
Creative Knockouts #148 All about the flowers
The Ribbon Girls June any image
The Crazy Challenge #225 R is for ... (ribbon)


Thanks for stopping by,
Katrina x


10 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous, love that colour! TFS

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  2. Another lovely card Kat, you are so clever with those backgrounds, this goes perfectly with that image x

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  3. Lovely card and the colours are so vibrant hugs tracy

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  4. This card is beautiful just love these flowers everyone is using
    Michelle xx

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  5. This is a gorgeous card, such a beautiful background - your printed ribbon is so pretty.
    Pauline
    x

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  6. this is such a vibrant make and that background is awesome!!

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  7. I love this so pretty. big hugs
    Tammi Lynn

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