We are rattling through the introductions of the new release from Uniko.
Today we introduce another member of the Spring Botanicals, Tulip.
This is a lovely bold image, perfect for colouring in what ever medium you prefer. I chose to use a no line watercolour technique for my card.
I stamped the large flowers with Altenew Limestone ink onto mixed media paper and then used a mixture of Seedless Preserve and Dusky Concord DI and Altenew's Evergreen, Forest Glade and Frayed Leaf to watercolour the flowers and leaves. I had a snippet of NitWits paper that I wanted to use so that really dictated the colour choice for the blooms.
On an A6 base card, I added the DP down one side then my trimmed down watercoloured panel.
I made my sentiment from a few stamp sets, one black straight onto the w/c panel the other white heat embossed on black then up on pads. A few sequins complete.
For more BA inspiration check out the links below.
I love the colour choice for this card. The way you have coloured the flowers look like they are popping out the card xxReplyDelete
I love the purple! what stunning coloring!ReplyDelete
Fabulous tulips card! The flowers look so real in your coloring! <3ReplyDelete
Wonderful card, Julie. Your colouring is perfect, great work.ReplyDelete
Wow this is a stunner Julie and amazing colouring, which make your beautiful tulips so realistic x.ReplyDelete
wow - your coloring is so realistic - love al the shadows you created to make the tulips come to lifeReplyDelete
Wow! This looks like a print from a book...your colouring is out of this world...lessons please!ReplyDelete
Amazing what a different look there is with no-line watercoloring! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Fantastic palette for these pretty florals! Thanks for sharing this inspiration with these fun products.ReplyDelete
So pretty in purple and I like the strip of polka dot paper.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous coloring! SO beautiful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful colouring of the tulips. XReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: Gorgeous tulip. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Beautiful watercolored tulips! Lovely card!ReplyDelete
So very pretty. I love how you created your sentiment and how the white on black is popped up. Very clever and so effective. Thanks for joining us at Addicted to Stamps and More!ReplyDelete
Your no line water colored tulipReplyDelete
is so lovely. I’ve never tried the no line
coloring before-you made it look so easy!
so very beautiful.Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Flower Challenge.ReplyDelete
WOW! What a pretty card! SO beautifully coloured too. Thanks for joining us at ATSM.ReplyDelete
wow, I love tulips!ReplyDelete