Pretty In Pink Circular Card


Posted on 6th July 2018 by Barbara Daines
Filed under Card Making Ideas, Papercraft Disciplines And Techniques, Watercolouring

I started off by cutting 3 differently sized circles of white hopsack card with my Spellbinders dies. These were adhered together with double-sided foam tape.

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I stamped the poppy image from in Versamark, on a scrap of hopsack, and heat-embossed in white.

This was 'fussy-cut' and coloured with Brusho's, to give a watercoloured effect. The leaves were stamped directly onto the smallest circle, then the poppy was adhered on foam tape to make it stand off the page, showing the leaves in the background.


A few drops of 'Stickles' and a small sentiment tag, finished the card.

Hope you like it.


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Inks used - Brusho's in Alizarin Crimson for the poppy and Distress Oxides in Twisted Citron for the leaves.

Ranger Stickles - Raspberry Tart.

Tagged: watercolour, circular card tutorial

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