Wonder Thanks

Hi y'all!  Happy Wednesday!  Today I've got a quick little card I made using Love's Flower and  a sentiment from Amazing Wishes.

A while back, I was playing around in my studio and I saw a stitched canvas rectangle on my desk and I wondered if I could stamp it and color it with watercolor wonder crayons.  Remember those?  I haven't used mine in years, but I was curious and decided to pull them out!  The flower is stamped with Vintage Photo Distress ink.  I heat set it with my heat gun to minimize any ink bleeding, then colored with the wonder crayons and blended with an aquapainter.  To my amazement, it worked!  {grin}

I added some vintage photo ink around the edges, then frayed the top and bottom and wrapped the sides with some pretty washi tape.  I wrapped the same washi tape around a square crumb cake rectangle, then stamped a couple of the flowers from Love's Flower as a background, leaving room for the Thank You sentiment from Amazing Wishes.  I had a little frame cut out from a QuicKutz Nesting Label already cut, so I just threw it behind my canvas and then finished off with some liquid pearl accents and a flatback pearl for my flower center.  Finished card size is 4.25" square.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Have a fabulous day!'

Enabler's List:
Stamps: Love's Flower , Amazing Wishes (Verve Stamps)
Paper: Crumb Cake (SU!), Cream
Ink: Vintage Photo Distress Ink (Ranger), Watercolor Wonder Crayons (SU!)
Accessories:  Stitched Canvas Rectangle, Nesting Label (QuicKutz), liquid pearls (Ranger), flatback pearls (Pizzazz Aplenty), washi tape (iCopic), aquapainter

9 comments

  1. Oooo! This is so cool, Julee! I have some canvas I need to break out, thanks for the inspiration!! LOVE how that flower looks on the canvas!

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  2. This is delightful! Now I need to pull out my watercolor crayons .... thanks for the inspiration, AGAIN! Love it!
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  3. Oh, this is lovely. I love the look of that fabric and how it totally softens the entire card. This is beautiful, Julee!

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  4. Pretty! I think it's quite clever how you stamped on canvas and colored with watercolor crayons!

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  5. How fun! Great idea and you made it look fabulous :)

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  6. What a beautiful card Julee.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  7. Beautiful! Love the canvas idea! Last weekend my daughter pulled out mt crayons and aqua painter too...lol

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  8. What an idea! And watercolor crayons? Talk about blowing the dust off! Great job!

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