Friday, April 12, 2019

[Pretty Pink Posh] Crocus Flowers Card

Hi, friends!
I hope you are having a wonderful day.
Last weekend, I had fun coloring beautiful Crocus Flowers from Pretty Pink Posh January Release. So I'm sharing a card with you, today. 

To begin, I stamped Crocus Flowers on Heavy Weight Watercolor paper using Distress ink Antique Linen, then I watercolored them. I used various watercolor media including Rose of Ultramarine and Gamboge from Daniel Smith, and Watetcolor Brush Markers. I added more shades using my polychromo pencils. After I finished colorimg, I cut them all using Crocus Flowers Coordinating Dies.

I trimmed a piece of Bristol paper into A2 size, and ink blended it using Distress Oxide inks (Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn, Tumbled Glass, and Mermaid Lagoon) . 

Next, I stamped Courage sentiment on top of the panel, and then I adhered Crocus Flowers using Glue Dots and Foam Adhesives.  After I foam mounted my panel to a card base, I added double stranded twine ribbon , Sparkling Clear Sequins Mix, 6mm Lime Sorbet and 4mm Lime Sorbet sequins.

Thank you for reading this post.
I hope you enjoyed it. 
Have a wonderful day!



  1. Oh, my goodness! What striking flowers on your beautiful card, Marge! You are great at everything. I just cannot watercolor! Love the card. Hugs, dear friend.

  2. Marge, I'm wondering if you found a photo of Crocus for inspiration? You're fine line details are so wonderful... and wonderfully life-like!
    Another gorgeous card, and set!

  3. Gorgeous coloring my friend! I love the colors you picked too. Awesome card! Hugz

  4. I've been scrolling through your blog with great envy, your colouring skills are fabulous! These little crocuses are especially gorgeous!