The Artful Stampers Blog Hop Challenge 29

Welcome to another Blog Hop Challenge, this week I’m using Stampin Up Indescribable Gift.

It’s been a while since I coloured with an Aquapainter and my Ink Pads, I must say I really enjoyed colouring this image.

I’ve only just jumped on this band wagon, I know! It’s taken forever for me to get it, I’ll have to use it heaps before the end of May now.

Edited to Add (with thanks to Alison Barclay) that I’ve linked up with The Paper Players (my first time)

Another Edit :

Winner Badge

stampin up indescribable gift

Very simple card.  I’ve just embossed onto Watercolour Paper with White Embossing Powder and then coloured with an Aquapainter, my Ink Pads, and Reinkers to give a little depth.  The strip on the end is from Butterfly Basics stamp set.  I think it just gives enough interest without being over the top.  Wrap a bit of Bakers Twine around the end and tie in a bow.  Too Easy!

stampin up indescribable gift

Here’s the challenge I set for the team.

Team 20th April-001

And here’s the Card Recipe if you’d like to make this yourself:

  • Stamp Sets: Indescribable Gift, Butterfly Basics, Teeny Tiny Sentiments
  • Ink: Versamark, Rose Red, Old Olive, Daffodil Delight, Baked Brown Sugar
  • Card: Watercolour, Rose Red, Whisper White
  • Other: White Embossing Powder, Bakers Twine, Rhinestone, Aquapainter

This week we have a large line up for our Team Blog Hop, so make sure you go all the way around 🙂

Next we are onto Alison Barclay

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15 thoughts on “The Artful Stampers Blog Hop Challenge 29

  1. This is so stunning!! The Daffodil background really enhances the flower image. You should link this up to The Paper Players this week since they are having a watercolour challenge – I’m sure they would love your card. 🙂

  2. What a great first entry to our challenge Alisa! I’ve seen lots of watercolours of this stamp, but none as beautifully bold and vibrant as this! I love the border stamp along the edge too and the addition of the twine. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players this week!

  3. Alisa, I just saw this card on The Paper Players blog. What a beautiful creation. I love love playing with watercolours and I am totally enarmoured of this card. So beautiful.

    The flower – is that a stampin Up one, if so I want it, will have to get. Its just so soft. I have seen it used by others. I am also in Australia, Sydney.

    Anyway just wanted to let you know
    Cheers Aileen

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