3 D Watercolor Card Plus Lilla Rose Giveaway

Below you’ll find all of the instructions and products used in making in this video.

Link to Lilla Rose products: www.http://www.lillarose.biz/alwaysJOY

I was contacted by Debbie Berndt from Lilla Rose to try out some of her hair products    in videos.  Lilla Rose is an American based company that sells a wide variety of hair products..  I hope you’ll check out her link.

Debbie Berndt’s contact information is:                                                                            Cellphone: 269-414-6090                                                                                                                      Email:  dberndt57@yahoo.com                                                                                                        Address: 76 Pierson Rd Cassopolis, MI 49031                                                                              Lilla Rose link: http://www.lillarose.biz/alwaysJOY

The Lilla Rose product used in the video is a Flexi Clip called Chastity, Link: https://tinyurl.com/ycnhk2xm

I used Canson XL watercolor paper 9 x 12″ sheets, cut to 4 3/4″ x 6 3/4″ tall, to stamp my lilacs on. Link: https://www.dickblick.com/items/10173-1023/

The watercolors I used are Kuretake Gansai Tambi set of 36 link: https://tinyurl.com/y8b33srg

The lilac stamp is from Stampendous, called Cling Lilac, Link: https://tinyurl.com/y9thxbeg

I stamped Jet Black Gina K Amalgam Ink link: https://tinyurl.com/y73oa893 (I couldn’t find the large ink pads in stock anywhere, so this is the small cube…sorry.)  Then used clear embossing powder and heat set the powder. I stamped three of the lilacs, and one with a butterfly landing on it with leaves attached for my card front, and the other two were the lilac with a butterfly and leaves randomly stamped on the watercolor paper. These two are going to be cut out and layered on the card front. I also cut a piece of retired Stampin’ Up cardstock in a deep purple color to 10″ x 7″ tall, and scored on the 10″ length at 5″ to create a 5″ x 7″ card base.

I painted the lilacs with the dark purple watercolor mixed with a little bit of white, and didn’t care if I painted outside the lines on the two extra lilac images. I used two greens and a gold for the leaves and mixed gold with yellow for the butterfly. I like to dab a rag on wet watercolor paint to make different shades of color.

After painting the images, I rounded the corners on the card front and card base with my Kadomaru Pro corner rounder. Link: https://tinyurl.com/ybr8h4bz.   I painted the background on the card front with a light blue color, then dabbed it with a paper towel while the paint was wet, to create a mottled look. Then I cut two slits below the lilac on the card front, and inserted the Chastity Flexi-Clip size medium, into the slits and closed it. I then cut out and layered other pieces of leaves, butterflies and lilac to the card front, then added foam pieces under the center of the card front (as it is already raised from applying the flexi clip to it..then put wet glue under the rest of the card front, and adhered it to the card base and used clothespins to keep it glued in place while it dried.

I added the word “hi” to the front from a die I’d cut out. I lined the inside of the card with a piece of white cardstock cut to 4 3/4″ wide by 6 3/4″ tall.

The drawing will be for the size large flexi clip…

 1. Only persons in the USA are eligible                                                                                         2. Drawing will be held on June 25th, 2020                                                                                   3. Comment must be added below the video as well as email address.

 

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