Friday, June 21, 2013

Hydrangea

Hello, everyone!

I would like to thank Laurie Morris at StampTV and Outlawz for showing how to make hydrangeas out of the heart paper punch, I just sponged some colors onto the petals and glued together, pinching and using a stylus to make them have some dimension. Finally, I painted a sheen of water mixed with Perfect Pearls silver.

Here is Laurie's Hydrangea Tutorial on YouTube

Entered into: Through the Craftroom Door



Thank you so much for stopping by and taking a look!
 

8 comments:

  1. The inside is beautiful, too! Love that little flower at the bottom. You do such wonderful detail on your cards!!

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  2. Your card says it all Rosy, BEAUTIFUL. I absolutely love how you did your little flowers, they are just so cute and you can see the sheen on them. In response to your lovely comments on my blog, you deserve any and all comments that I give to you, as your cards are wonderful and you have such lovely details on all of your cards. Hugs always, Jen xxx
    Krafty Keepsakes

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  3. Rosey, this is beautiful. I'm going to try to find that link, and see how you do this! You did a fab job & I love your card. Thanks for sharing. Happy Sunday.

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  4. Rosey, this is absolutely beautiful!! You did a fantastic job coloring all the flower pedals. I'd really appreciate it if you would send me the link to learn how to make the Hydrangeas. Gerry vegasgem@cox.net

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  5. Rosy, your hydrangea petals are gorgeous. I love how you used the soft colors and added the special shine with perfect pearls. Thanks for the link to Laurie's video tutorial. Have a wonderful day. PS....thank you for all the sweet and supportive comments on my blog posts. I appreciate it so much.

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  6. Oh my goodness Rosy! Your hydrangea turned out fabulous! Your card is so pretty. Thank you for stopping and checking out my video tutorial. :) what a great student you are. :)

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  7. Wow Rosy your hydrangeas are gorgeous and its a fabulous card, thanks for sharing and the video link, have a wonderful day..

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  8. Gorgeous ! Thanks for putting the link up to see how the hydrangeas are made !

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Your kind comments really encourage me! Mahalo nui loa!