Monday, 13 February 2017

Watercoloured Sunflower

I'm back with my guest designer post for CraftAdda this month. And Valentine’s Day being just around the corner, I thought of sharing a few love –themed card ideas using a couple of stamp sets by CrafTangles  - one is ‘Love is in the Air’ and another one is ‘Always Yours’.

Both of these stamp sets are sentiment-based, so I simply chose a sentiment and co-odinated them with some free-hand watercoloured images, as shown in the card below:-

Tried some free hand water colouring for the first time. Well, technically this is the second attempt , the first one was a failed attempt at trying to make my sunflower look close to being one ! But it took me a while to paint it and I'm satisfied with this.  I used Gansai Tambi  water colours here. The sentiment ‘you are my sunshine ‘ from ‘Always Yours’ set  goes perfectly well with this image.

I'll be sharing the other two cards in upcoming blog posts. :)

Linking this one to :-

Happy Little Stampers- February Water Colour Challenge(Anything goes-- I've skipped the optional twist)

Take care and keep creating !



  1. Wow! Your freehand sunflower looks awesome! It's perfect!!

  2. This is an Absolute stunner..Just love it..No words can describe the beauty of this one..

  3. You are an artist! Beautifully made sunflower- the coloring rock Jasleen! :)
    Suchi xx

  4. Jasleen, this is a beautiful example of watercolouring. Very impressive! Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers xx

  5. Oh my goodness, your such an incredible artist!! This sunflower is stunning and so beautifully painted. Oh how I wish I could paint and draw like this. Always wonderful to see your cards at Happy Little Stampers!!

  6. Beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Happy Little Stampers Watercolour Challenge!

  7. Jasleen, this is like, just WOW!! Really, you have very very skilled hands and a wonderful imagination, to come up with such a beautiful free hand sunflower! Fantastic!!
    xx Ashwini


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