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Pretty pink post watercolor blog hop

I have done some water coloring on my card today to link my card to the Pretty Pink Posh Watercolor Blog Hop. I used Winnie & Walter wild flowers stamp set. I have done white heat embossing on a water color paper and used gansai tambi water colors to paint. Did some die cutting using the simon says stamp stitched rectangle. The outer and inner most frames are raised with foam tape to add some dimension to the card. 

I have followed the CAS(E) this sketch #126 for this card

Also entering this card for Pretty Pink Posh Watercolor Blog Hop


D.Ann C said…
OOhh! Love those colors!
Rose said…
Your card is really lovely! So pretty.
Neha said…
Lovely card & layout, Bhavana
Denise Bryant said…
Gorgeous card! One of my favorites! Lovely stamps and coloring!
Hussena said…
Beautiful card Bhavana ..Love the layout and the pretty design too :)
Shona said…
Not only is the watercolouring gorgeous, but the way you worked it with the die cuts takes it to a whole other level of awesomeness!
Tracey McNeely said…
This is a beautiful card! Love the soft colours!
Fotinia said…
wow!!! i'm really impressed, this is outstanding card, so beautiful!!!!!!! will def go into my fav list!!!!bravo!
Michelle said…
Wow..... beautiful watercoloring, and oh so perfect for CTS #126!
Michelle said…
So soft and pretty...... just perfect for the PPP and CTS challenges!
Lucy said…
This is so pretty! Great take on the sketch :-)
Ruth said…
I love the flowers and raised frame!
maria f. said…
Eye catching, those colors.
Lucinde said…
Lovely coloring!
Leigh Penner said…
Oh, this is gorgeous! I love it! Wonderful take on the sketch!
donna mikasa said…
Wonderful take on the sketch--love the watercoloring!

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