Painted Posies 3 D

Painted Posies 2

My friend, Margaret, stopped by this week and saw a piece of Very Vanilla on my workspace that I had embossed with the Painted Posies embossing folder (page 177 AC).  She asked what I was going to do with it and I didn't have a good answer but it got me thinking ~ what was I going to do with that lovely design?  Later on I got out my watercolor pencils and my water painters to color in the design and this is what I came up with.  What do you think?


Abigail Rose

Abigail Rose would be a beautiful name for a darling little girl, wouldn't it?   In this case it is the title of a package of 12" x 12" designer series paper on page 131 in Stampin' Up!'s annual catalog.  Some of the designs invite you to color so last night I used my Watercolor Pencils (page 126 AC) and my Water Painters (page 129 AC) to color the bouquet below.  It is a simple technique coloring with the pencils and blending with water.  I primarily used the fine tip brush.  There are three in the package ~ 1 fine tip, 1 medium tip and 1 large flat brush tip.  If you try this technique send me a picture of your creation ~ I would love to share it here!

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From Stampin' Up! this morning...............
 
We have exciting news that we know many of our European demonstrators have been eagerly awaiting: Stampin’ Up! will officially open in Belgium and the Republic of Ireland before the end of 2022!
 
Over the past few years, we’ve all felt the impact of the pandemic and other global challenges. Thankfully, even in difficult times we work to better our best, and we believe that challenges can inspire growth. So now is the time to introduce our amazing products, creative experiences, and unique opportunities to new friends!
 
Share this exciting news with your team members and customers around the world, and encourage anyone who’s interested to visit our new introduction websites: stampinup.be and stampinup.ie. 
 
We can’t wait to welcome new customers and demonstrators from Belgium and Ireland to our creative community!
 
Sincerely,
 
Stampin’ Up!