Tulip Wishes

Howdy all!  Happy Good Friday to everyone!  I hope you get today off to spend with all the amazing people in your life.  I’m lucky enough to have my son AND hubby home this weekend so I’m planning a low-key weekend full of laziness, crocheting and colouring!

Today the Power Poppy Bloom Brigade and the Instant Gardeners are sharing the newest digi release… introducing “Tulips in Hobnail-Pitcher”.
Derwent Inktense Pencils: 0100, 0300, 0400, 0500, 0610, 0740, 1320, 1400, 1500, 1530, 2000, 2200 

Isn’t it darling? For my card today I used Derwent Inktense Pencils and can I just LOVE the end result.  The colour you get using these beauties is amazing and so rich and vibrant but can pulled out and made to be light and gorgeously translucent.

For my greeting, I used a sentiment from the equally gorgeous “Simply Camellias”. 

Here’s a little close up of my water colour effect…

I used some Copic Multi-liners and a Sakura Jellyroll White Pen to add some of the speckled details to my background.

Don't forget to enter our Power & Spark challenge for the month!  This month our hostess, Stacy, has a fun sketch for you to try out.  For more details and the rules, please click HERE.

Now... come and join my fellow Power Poppy designers and check out what they have created to share with you today...

Allison Cope – you are here!
Cindy Lawrence
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Tosha Leyendekker
Cheryl Scrivens 
Broni Holcombe 
Debbie Olson 
Barb Walker
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Thanks for stopping by today!  I hope you enjoy the creative journey today!

~ Ally ~
 
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Supplies:
stamps: Power Poppy (Tulips in Hobnail Pitcher, Simply Camellias)
cardstock:  Canson 90# Watercolor Paper, Recollections #110 White Cardstock
ink: Versafine (Black Onyx), Copic Multi-liners (0.05, 0.25, 0.5), Derwent Inktense Pencils
die: Simon Says Stamp! (Stitched Rectangles).

10 comments:

  1. What an gorgeous card, Ally! You rock, gf!

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  2. Oh, Ally, do you ever cease to amaze?! I absolutely love this watercolor beauty using your pencils! Wow! The looseness and design are amazing along with the beautiful colors, and I love the added highlights using the multi-liner pens and white Sakura gel pen. And what a great finish by simply using the stitched rectangles and popping it a bit! Absolutely head over heels about this card!! Hugs, sweet friend, and enjoy your time with the family this weekend! xoxo

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  3. Ally, this is so creative and your coloring is stunning. Wow!

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  4. Beautifully done, Ally - thanks for sharing!

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  5. Wow...this is truly a piece of art. Beautiful!

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  6. Wow this is SOOO gorgeous! The colors are vibrant and the way you colored and shaded the black into the background are breathtaking! Im also intrigued as to how you were able to put the image up on top. Happy Easter :)

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  7. This is gorgeous, Ally! I just love it! I really need to use my Inktense pencils. They yield lovely results!

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  8. OH WOW Ally - this is insanely stunning!!!

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  9. Ally, this is one of my favourite cards I’ve ever seen you make. I absolutely love the composition and watery and ethereal it feels...gorgoeus work!

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  10. Holy cow wow! This is at the top of the list of my all time Ally favorites, and there have been quite a few. Gorgeous work with those pencils. I could just scream, I love this so much!

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Thanks for brightening my day. I read each and every comment.
Hugs,
Ally.