WOW! Embossing Powder & Paper Rose Studio Collaboration Blog Hop
Hello and welcome to the WOW! Embossing Powder & Paper Rose Studio Collaboration Blog Hop.
We are so excited to show case to you all the great and amazing designs from our Design Teams.
I appreciate that you chose to stop by! Please make sure you leave a comment on each hop for your chance to win one of our $25 Gift Card from both WOW! Embossing Powder and Paper Rose Studio shops by Wednesday November 18th, this is open INTERNATIONALLY!
The Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on ALL THE BLOG POSTS.
You have come here from the fabulous “Amanda Herring”. Next, on the Hop is the amazing ”Elisa Ablett ”
If you get lost along the way here is the line up:
Daniel Diaz <– You are here
Elisa Ablett <– Next on the hop
Now let’s jump over to the card I made for this blog hop.
For this card I used this beautiful Stamp Set from Paper Roses called „Sketchy Handpicked Bouquet„
The first time I saw this stamp I thought about using my Karin Markers and do some watercoloring. And of course that’s what I did, also need to say that it was my first time using this Markers and I’am happy how it turn out.
I started by stamping the bouquet with WOW! Embossing ink on a piece of watercolor paper. You have to stamp it like two or three times to get a good coverage as the paper got a lot of structure and its not that smooth like white cardstock. I then sprinkled some Opaque Bright White WOW! Embossing powder over it and heat embossed it with my WOW! Embossing heat gun (I have to say that’s one of the best heat guns I have ever use and I’am not saying cause I’am part of the DT).
Now it was time to use the Karin Markers. I started to color all the petals going from darkest to lightest. I just added some color on the edges and smooth the color out using a fine brush and some water. The embossing really helped to color everything out, as the color stays right at the lines even if you add some water.
For the background I added the color right at the edges and used enough water to smooth it out right to the image. To get some shadows I also added some color around the bouquet and also under the vase.
After everything was dry, I added some more color on some spots to get some dimension and a brighter look.
To finish the card I stamped the sentiment right on the vase using some Versafine black ink and sprinkled some clear embossing powder over it to get some shine.
And that’s all my crafty friends , hope you liked the card I made for this great Blog Hop.
Don’t forget to leave a comment in the COMMENT SECTION below for a chance to win a $25.00 gift card. Good luck and have fun hopping along with us for more inspiration projects as well as more chances to win.
Winners will be chosen randomly and announced on Thursday November 19th on both the WOW! Embossing Powder and Paper Rose Studio Blog
Wish you all a wonderful day and stay safe and healthy.
I love the flowers… and this are amazing
Hola, Daniel! Que lindas tus tarjetas!
That is a beautiful, large stamp. Your coloring or painting is very nice, both in the flower and the background.
A gorgeous card!
Gorgeous stamp and colouring. So pretty. Hugz
Lovely colouring of these florals on your card!
Such a fab card. I really struggle to heat emboss on watercolour card, glad it is not just me.
Beautiful! The watercolour is lovely.
BEAUTIFUL embossing, colors, and flowers!
Beautiful card, lovely watercolouring and great embossing
Your watercolored flowres look so pretty. I forget to use light embossing. Thanks for reminding me.
Love your cards, beautiful work! The clear embossing powder really sets it off!
Beautiful floral image and coloring! Lovely card with the image embossed in white!
Really pretty card great job on it
This is a card that says „sunshine“ to me. Love the bright colors!
New to card making and enjoy learning how to use the products.
WOW! I am truly speechless with how gorgeous looking your card is! You are truly a very talented artist!
Wow! Gorgeous card and so beautifully colored!
Gosh these flowers pop right off the card. wonderful inspiration