Sunday, April 19, 2015

The Paper Players #241

Hi everyone!

You are in for a fun challenge this week!

Water color!

This is something I just don't do very often.
 I don't really know why, as I love the look.... and it's fun to do!

Wait until you see what everyone else came up with....such awesome cards!

 Head on over to The Paper Players and check it out!

The Paper Players Design Team
Shannon Jaramillo

Paper: SU watercolor, coastal cabana,black
Ink: SU coastal cabana,black and strawberry slush
Stamps: MFT sending and wishing
Dies: Lil inker stitched rectangles,MFT sending and wishing, MB stitched hearts
Other: sequins


Andrea W said...

Lovely card Laurie! I like how you used the hearts and added the die cut and stamped sentiment.

Liz said...

Beautiful card. The watercolour effect looks so pretty. xx

LeAnne said...

Gorgeous....light, airy, fun!!!

Karren said...

These colors work so well together and the soft wash in the background is perfect with those gorgeous hearts. Fabulous card!

Carole said...

Lovely card the soft tones of your water colours. great design! Xx

Bożena Adamusińska said...

Sweet card. Very subtle watercolor and great card system. In Poland English Sentences are not very popular, so I envy that someone can use these beautiful dies in English.

Claire Grantham said...

Love this the water colouring is gorgeous and I love the stitched hearts. Cx

stampwithsandy said...

Lovely, Laurie! Your watercolor wash makes the perfect background!

Claire Broadwater said...

Laurie, the soft wash in your background is gorgeous! The beautiful hearts are so pretty and the stitched dies add so much detail! Just lovely! XX

Jaydee said...

Laurie, I love the pink and green color choices. The stiched hearts are fabulous and you did a wonderful job with the watercoloring. Gorgeous card

Ann Schach said...

Beautiful, Laurie! The stitching and sequins are perfect touches!

Joanne James said...

Oooo stitched hearts and stitched rectangles - gorgeous! The beautiful soft watercolour wash is just right behind you diecut sentiment too.

Anne Marie Hile said...

Your watercoloring is beautiful, Laurie! The background is such a realistic looking sky and the sequins add that extra pop of sparkle. So pretty! :)