Friday, 10 February 2017

Lollypop Meg - DT inspiration card

Hello Everyone!
I am on the Sasayaki Glitter challenge blog today to showcase this super cute and fun image called Lollypop Meg.
You can find many more images on the Sasayaki Glitter Store.

For making this card I had a lot of fun with my Distress Inks from Ranger.
I printed the image on some watercolor paper and used Spiced Marmelade, Picked Raspberry, Shaded Lilac, Victorian Velvet. I also used my white GellyRoll pen from Sakura for some accents.

For the background I also had a lot of fun creating with Distress Inks.
First I die cut the Distress Watercolor Cardstock from Tim Holtz by using the ZigZag rectangle stitched die from My Favorite Things Die-namics.
Then on that piece of watercolor cardstock I used the smooshing technique to apply Spiced Marmelade distress ink. After it was dry I place the die cut piece back into the cardstock and splattered with my brush Picked Raspberry on both pieces.
I used foam tape both on the middle piece of watercolor paper and on the image and adhered my panel on some white card base.

 I had so much fun creating this card and playing with watercolors, and I hope you like it!
Thank you so much for visiting,
xoxo Olga 

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KT Fit Kitty said...

This is so pretty, Olga! I love your fresh colour palette and gorgeous watercolour background and splatters!

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous card with that sweet image Olga

gr karin

MiamiKel said...

Oh my - your card is sensational!! I love all things with a watercolor and distress background but your card from the little girl took a little splatters is perfection ! I saw your blog from my friend Karin and glad to see a little closer! New follower! :)

cotnob said...

A beautiful card Olga, such a pretty image and fabulous background.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Fiki said...

Olga this is gorgeous card!

Annette Stapylton said...

This is just so gorgeous. I love your beautiful image and your design is just perfect with your lovely image you have coloured so nicely. Thank you for sharing with us over here at Classic Design Team Open Challenge and best of luck with your entry.
[Annette Registered Owner/Admin for Classic Design Team Challenge]

Kim Heggins said...

Sweet your adorable little lady and your coloring is simply amazing.

Karen said...

Gorgeous color combination, and fabulous coloring. What a Festive Card! Thanks for joining us at Through the Craft Room Door

Michelle Windsor said...

Fantastic creation love it Thank you for sharing with us over here today at the Classic Open Design Team Challenge and best of luck with your entry.

Michelle DT for

Dotstolines said...

Fantastic card! Love the colours and the effect! Thank you for entering our ATG challenge at TTCRD. Looking forward to seeing you again next challenge and good luck!
Sunila and Aditi

Gayatri said...

Adorable card, Olga! Love the watercoloured background. Makes the image pop. Thanks for joining in Simon Says Stamp Cute Challenge. Gayatri xx

Snowflakes and Lilies said...

Lovely card. I love how you've conceptualised it. Thanks for sharing at Inspiration Destination and hope to see you again. Good luck.

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Eek Eek said...

Love all the watercolour effects, I love messing with watercolours too and as normal you've inspired me to try out something new with them :) Super sweet image, coloured beautifully!
Annabel - Knitty Kitty Digis

MaryH said...

Cute image, and so nicely colored with the feminine colors. Am loving the ZigZag edge of the mat, and what super smooshing you did to create the background on that mat. Loving all the 'spatters' too. The zigzag edge certainly looks handsewn. This is just so pretty! TFS & Hugs

Lois Wyche said...

Beautiful card including the image and background...wonderfully done.