A watercolored Blooming Peony Stem adds a bit of sunshine to any day...especially a winter day! Hi, Jean Okimoto here, determined to create something to brighten things up a bit. Any greeting would work here - here's my favorite combination of typestyles, from the Watching the World Bloom clear stamp set.
I have a big stash of watercolored sheets painted with Kaleidacolors and Peerless Watercolors. I hope this soft combination of yellows and greens promises spring will be here soon.
Cut Blooming Peony Stem from white and green cardstock. We're using just the white negative and the green diecut today - say the other pieces for another project. Trim the white cardstock with the 3" x 4-¼" Rectangle Basics die. Attach watercolored paper behind the flower cutout.
Attach a piece of doublestick tape behind the tiny dots in the center of the peony. Set the peony into the white cardstock background. Brush gold glitter onto the adhesive in the tiny dots.
Stamp the greeting onto a scrap of watercolored paper with Olympia Green VersaFine. Dry the ink and trim the paper.
Attach everything to a top-folded 5-½" square card of pale yellow-green cardstock - use foam dots for the greeting. Add tiny pale green sequins.
Special thanks to everyone who braved Monday's cold windy rain to take the BIRTHDAY WISHES class at Impress! I appreciate your rainy drive to Tukwila - and it was great to see those who've been taking my classes since I taught at Rubber Soul 18 years ago. 18 years! Thanks too, Ann, Shari and Becca - for helping us fill our baskets with everything we needed to make those birthday cards - and get a headstart on spring cards.
Thanks for stopping by today - see you next time!