Friday, June 13, 2008


I absolutely LOVE the TILDA stamps. I found this challenge on the Tilda & Col Challenge Blog to use swirls. As much as I love these stamps, I have been a bit hesitant in using them, as I've seen such amazing creation with them. I just recently bought the aquapainter and I have been practicing with it. I am finding that I really enjoy watercoloring. I think this is my new favorite technique. I have done some decorative painting with acrilics, but have not done any watercoloring before. This challenge also gave me the opportunity to use a maya road flourish which I was able to buy at our LSS for 50% off!
Stamps: Tilda, SU incentive flower, SU happy harmony (butterfly), Boho Background
Paper: SU Certainly Celery, Barely Banana, DP Sandylion - butterlies

Have a great weekend!



Lesa said...

I really like how she is sitting on the swirl! This is so creative and cute!

Andrea said...

Hallo, danke für die lieben Kommenatre bei mir.
Du hast so viele tolle Karten auf deinem Blog.

Liebe Grüße

Stampin' Meg said...

Oh she is just darling!

Velta said...

Geez Rosella...this is just precious...your coloring is amazing! If you did this with your aquapainter then you are already there girl!! Wish I could come over and take classes with you!

Doris said...

lovely stamps! and soooo cute card, great design and colours!Thanks for visiting my blog, I will try to publish also english version of the texts in future:)

Snuppeline said...

Very cute and beautiful. I love the way you used the swirls and the colorcombination!
I know how life just takes over everything at times, leaving nothing to creativity. I hope you figure out what to give the male teacher. Coasters?

Michelle said...

She is so adorable! I think the flourish adds just a little bit of wow to it, too. Of course, the coloring you do is always amazing.

GinaP said...

wow, she really looks like shes sitting on that swirl! LOVE it!!! And, the watercoloring is great. The shading is just perfect.

Lorraine said...

cute image. is that grunge board behind her? wonderful design