Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Rose Blossom Blog Hop


Welcome to the Rose Blossom 
Stamp of the Month
Blog Hop!
If you started at Brenda's blog
you are on the right track and you can just keep hopping along
this circle of Rose Blossoms!
Now on to the project...


I just love the beautiful simplicity of this stamp set so I kept my card CAS.
I stamped the flowers with Archival Black Ink,
then I colored them with my
Then I used a paintbrush, dipped in water to spread and soften the color a bit.
I love the way the jar turned out.
I can see that I will be using these stamps again and again!
Please hop on over to see what the 
creative crafter Shelly, at
 has created with 
Happy December!
Let the countdown to Christmas begin.

13 comments:

Kristine Porter said...

Just lovely, Lynn! I love the simplicity and the soothing colors-- and of course the Kraft in the background! Gorgeous!

Brenda said...

You saw soft and subtle with this set, too, and your work is so lovely! For a CAS card, this is one that really stands out!!

Kim Sparks said...

You are such an artist! I am so loving your soft water-coloring. This is just beautiful, as always!

Kim Hill said...

Lovely! (Can't wait to do a few thank yous with this set.) :D

Shelly Nemitz said...

Love your coloring. And that extra little heart!

Margot D said...

Lynn -- what a beautiful card! Love the effect of using watercolor pencils with the paintbrush & water. It is a perfect look for the jar! Gorgeous!

Morgan Vogt said...

So pretty - I especially love that you outlined the images to give them a soft glow.

Cathy Arbuckle said...

I too love how you colored outside the lines. This card is so pretty and heartwarming.

Jenise Barnhouse said...

Beautiful....this stamp set does call for watercolors! I love your technique!

Mary Newman said...

So pretty Lynn. Watercolors are definitely perfect for this stamp set. Nice work!

Marg Van Patten said...

So pretty! I recently dug out my watercolor pencils for this stamp set too! (in other words .... I'll be lifting this one!)

Karen Pedersen said...

I LOVE that you 'colored outside the lines'. Just precious!

Audrey Pettit said...

How beautiful! I always love the nostalgia of anything with a mason jar! Gorgeous coloring, too. Love the soft halo of color that outlines each image!