Clearly besotted

GD CAS Watercolour: Poppy

Hi friends
I’m absolutely thrilled to have been asked to be a guest designer at CAS watercolour this month. For my first card using the theme poppy I created this card using clearly besotted stamps.

I used my zig clean colour real brush markers to add the colour to my flowers and background. I added a simple white heat embossed sentiment, some white highlights to the flowers and a couple of jewels.

I hope you like my card and will join us this month. Can’t wait to see what you create.

13 Comments

  • bonklassgmailcom

    We are thrilled to have you as our Guest Designer this month, Rachel! Your poppies are gorgeous! Such rich wonderful color and the white dots in the center add wonderful contrast! Love the wash around the flowers that shows them even more beautifully!

  • lollthompson

    So happy to have you as our Guest Designer at CAS Watercolour this month, Rachel! LOVE your gorgeous poppies. The colours are so vibrant and love the mix of colours for your washed background. The white highlights really add movement to your poppies. Beautiful card! Thanks for being our Guest Designer this month!!

  • Marcia Hill

    What an absolutely BEAUTIFUL card Rachel!! The depth of color you achieved with your Zigs on those poppies is so rich and vibrant…I’m totally in love! And then the soft wash of color for your background totally compliments those bright and beautiful poppies! Lovely, lovely card and so thrilled to have you guesting with us this month!! :0)

  • Mac Mable

    Wow…what stunning colours and what amazing water colouring on your beautiful card. Congratulations on guest designing with this stunner x

  • Nancy Littrell

    Beautifully Zig Watercolored poppies and wet on wet background, Rachel. TFS and Congratulations on being this months Guest Designer. Hugs..Nancy

  • kdunbrook

    so pretty…I love the wash behind the flower that helps make it pop.
    So happy you could be our GD this month at the CAS Watercolour Challenge.
    🙂 Karen

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