Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Sympathy with Jaded Blossom




Hi everyone...it's my day to take over the Jaded Blossom blog-YAY! Check out my post HERE!  I made 4 sympathy cards using Brusho and Jaded Blossom products. I know-I'm a bit of a Debby Downer lately with the sympathy cards-but I find them hard to make...and you never have one on hand when you need one. These are relatively simple...I just added Brusho in different colours to wet water colour card stock and allowed to colour to spread and bleed on it's own. After the backgrounds were dry I heat embossed the Jaded Blossom images and sentiment. Quick and easy. Thanks for stopping by...Lee-Ann :) 
**pan down to check out all the products that I used





Recipe:

  1. Jaded Blossom-Simple Sayings 1 & 2, Birdie Bites, Mini tags 2, Stitched rectangle dies 1
  2. Brusho-sea green, turquoise, olive green and yellow ochre
  3. Ranger embossing powder-silver, gold and copper
  4. Gansai Tambii paint splatter-gold  and copper
  5. Ranger water colour card stock
  6. PTI white card stock
  7. Versamark
  8. Stampendous detail white embossing powder

9 comments:

Nana said...

They are all beautiful.
Have a creative day.
Hugs Nana
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Marilyn said...

Beautiful cards!!

Crafting Katie said...

These are just perfect sympathy cards. Stunning!

Migdalia said...

Simply beautiful my friend!!

Lisa said...

They are all absolutely stunning!! The backgrounds look amazing!! They are by far the hardest to make and you've done such a beautiful job!! Love them my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Chriss America Real said...

These card are just stunning! I know what you mean, I too have a hard time making them, but I also feel that when the time comes, you should have some around.

Sukie said...

Such beautiful cards, love the gold embossing!

MagsB said...

These are beautiful, I love the watercolouring!

love Mags B x

Kate - Small Bits of Paper said...

These are all so beautiful and just perfect for sympathy cards. I have such a horrible time with sympathy cards. Good for you creating a few of them to have on hand.