This is the same stamp, but looks entirely different from yesterday's card. That one I painted using the no-line watercolor technique. On this card I decided to let the lines help me give it more definition. I used my Inktense watercolor pencils to watercolor the image and the blue background behind the flowers.
On the card itself, I stamped Penny Black stamps, including a phrase stamp (don't know the number as it is off the wood and I neglected to write it) and some other PB stamps that I love to use for interest on my cards with Tim Holtz distress inks in squeezed Lemonade to carry the yellow onto the card. I also sponged the squeezed lemonade behind the circle panel and on the smaller panel with the phrase. The Special Day stamp is from PB's Gratitude 30-105 clear set.
Two shades of blue sequins finish off the card.
I used yellows so I could enter it in the Color Throwdown # 388 challenge. The colors this week are yellow, blue, green, and white. I hesitated because I really didn't want the flowers yellow. I'm glad I did it, because I never would have chosen yellow for them, but it turns out I like them yellow.
I also entered it in the Penny Black At Allsorts where the challenge is Birthdays.
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