Thursday, December 1, 2016

Rose Blossom Blog Hop

Happy December!
Along with all the excitement of the holidays
we have a new, and beautiful, Stamp of the Month.
The Rose Blossoms
created some pretty creations with the beautiful blossoms featured in 
The complete blog hop list can be found on Brenda's 
artful blog Rose Blossom Legacies.
Or you can start here and follow the links and end at Brenda's.
Either way,
you are sure to be inspired by the blooming creativity of this team!
I was inspired to wake up my CTMH Watercolors with this set.
Here is my favorite card of the bunch I created.
This card was so much fun to create!
I painted a sunny wash on Watercolor Cardstock.
Then I stamped the floral image 3 times.
After a short drying time I painted the images, then fussy cut them out and adhered them to my background.
Then I added a sentiment (there are quite a few in this set and I love that!).
This cardstock was added to a card base covered with the Lagoon stripe PP featured in the 
I hope you come back this month to see more of my flower creations!
But for now, please hop on over to the blog of the
effervescent Shelly at
Just One Pretty Piece.
I had a sneak peek and let's just say we may be twinning just a bit!
Thanks for visiting!  Enjoy the short and sweet hop!


Ginger Morriello said...

Beautiful use of CTMH's watercolor paints! Your card is so HAPPY!!!

Kim Hill said...

Love this! So bright and cheery and your watercoloring is perfect!

Brenda said...

I envy how easy you make watercolors look. This card is so cheerful! It will be treat for someone to receive!

Morgan Vogt said...

Lynn, this is simply gorgeous - you are so incredibly talented!

Pam in SD said...

Pretty, I need to try my watercolors too!

Audrey Pettit said...

So beautiful, Lynn! Love those flowers and your water coloring is gorgeous! The striped background is a really fun touch, too!

Anonymous said...

I love the "sunny" watercolor wash on this SO SO much. I need to practice my watercolor splashes! This is such a creatively awesome card, Lynn! I love your projects so much!

Mary Ellen Harrison said...

Girl you are the queen of watercolor! What a pretty card.