Sunday, June 29, 2014

Compendium of Curiosities III - challenge #5

The new Compendium of Curiosities challenge is to use Tim Holtz's Distress Watercolor technique.  I haven't done much watercoloring because I'm not crazy about the pastel look, but I broke out of my comfort zone a little with this technique and card.

 
I've had this tulip stamp for years and it seemed like a good choice for a watercolor image.  The frame was cut with my Cricut, and then I added some tiny pearls and strips of lace.  It's not my favorite card, but at least I tried something new!

3 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

So beautifully elegant with the pink and green and it has a lovely hint of vintage.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

Anita Houston said...

The pastel look is great! These watercolored flowers are so pretty! Thanks so much for joining us on this painty challenge here at CC3Challenge!!

Annette Green said...

It's always tough getting out of our comfort zones, isn't it? But the fact that you did it and did it beautifully is the pay off. This is a lovely card. Be proud of it. Thanks for playing along in the CC3 Challenge.