Say It With Flowers

this is my mid month design team card for the ‘say it with flowers’ theme at the Penny Black And More Challenge that runs until September 2 so there’s still plenty of time to play along.

I painted this penny black floral image, unfolding, with twinkling H2Os on Arches hot press watercolour paper and spritzed all over with a gold shimmer spray before matting it with a thin frame and then onto matte gold card stock.

Remember, we are a stamping challenge so the focal point has to use a hand stamped image, any company’s, to be eligible for a prize from our sponsors Penny Black and Stamp Addicts. Also, the Design Team will be voting for their favourite entries using a Penny Black image. The winner will be announced in this months winners post and be invited to feature in our October challenge telling us a bit about themselves, why they love Penny Black stamps and showcasing a creation using one.

I’m submitting this to The Flower Challenge #47 Add Sparkle (shimmer spray).

thanks for popping by.

9 thoughts on “Say It With Flowers

  1. Beautiful card Linda those flowers are so pretty and just perfect for the challenge this month. Thank you so much for joining us at The Flower Challenge and we hope to see you there again soon. Aileen DesignTeam

  2. What a lighthearted and lovely field of flowers, colored beautifully, Linda! I’ll bet the twinkle and shimmer are spectacular in person! Thank you so much for adding schparkle to The Flower Challenge! Keep well! Hugs, Darnell GD

  3. Oh Linda I am so sorry, I keep forgetting to comment on your cards with them coming through as e-mails. I love this card, such a super image and really lovely colours.

    Kath x

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