Wednesday 18 July 2012

Snippets Card

Hello Peeps

I came across a draft post which I had done some time ago, meaning to show you this card I made.  It was made just as I was undertaking the Creative Chemistry workshop with Mr Holtz and it is one of the techniques which we did on the course. 

I am not sure who I sent it to, but I must have been waiting for it to be received before I posted it and guess it must have been received by now.  Or maybe she told me it had been received.  I am losing the plot I think!
I hope you like it.  The technique is brushless watercolour and I made several of these at the same time as I loved the effect and colourway.  

Thanks for looking and please leave me a comment.  I LOVE comments!

Mrs Overall of the Playground fame has asked me to link this card to the Snippets Playground - oops!  I have been told!  It is a Snippets card after all I s'pose!!




Sarn said...

Well I certainly received one similar to this and it was just LOVELY.

Sarn xxx

Victoria said...

I love the effect of this water colouring and the layout works a treat too. I LOVE that you LOVE comments! ;-p

lisa said...

It's gorgeous, Sam. I'm glad you discovered it to share with us.
Hugs Lisax

Sunshine Girl said...

Tis very nice - I made several cards using this technique too and am down to my last one now - need to find time to make some more now!

G Peplow said...

Gorgeous1 Gorgeous! love it :0) xxx

Di said...

Beautiful Sam! Is it a snippets card? Hugs, Di xx

Kate Yetter said...

I love this technique! I haven't tried it yet but I love all the examples I have seen. Hoping to try it soon. Yours is gorgeous!

Mrs A. said...

Lovely earthy tones on this card. Very delicate and almost has a vintage look about it. Never heard of this technique before. Must get out more! Onions anybody!
Hugs Mrs A.

Amanda said...

Beautiful card, love the flowers they really do look watercoloured. Hugs, Amanda x.

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

aw this is really lovely Sam, Shaz in oz.x

Gillian R said...

Very beautiful, such an elegant effect.