{Cupcake Inspirations} Birthday Celebration Day 11

Today is a new day!  We are on day 11 of celebrating over at {Cupcake Inspirations} with another feature of sponsors for our 500th “birthday celebration” challenge!!  YEEOWZA!

CIC500

Today, we are highlighting Rachel Vass Designs – Please check out the challenge blog for more details about this sponsor.

Rachel Vass logo

The DT was provided with digital image sets to use for our creations:

Vicki-CIC500-Day11-RachelVassDesigns

I have the gorgeous Sunshine Daisies digital set for my design here by printing the image along with the sentiment that came with the set on a piece of Bristol watercolor paper.  I remember hubby brightening up my day a while back with some very pretty colorful rainbow of daisy flowers he brought home, so I based my colors that way.

I’ve used my watercolor markers and waterbrush to color the image with and then I took some yellow sparkle AquaPigment along with some Cream Grey Aquapigment from Brutus Monroe to splatter over top of the design before I cut it out with a Wonky Stitch rectangle die from MFT.

I layered this panel over an A2 top folding Soft Suede card base and finifhed it off with some clear sparkle sequins that I added some yellow Stickles to the centers.

Hope you’ve enjoyed my watercolor rainbow daisies today!  Thank you for stopping in to check my post today!  See you tomorrow!

Challenges:

  1. The Divas that Cut…Paper – Flowers + die cut
  2. My Time to Craft – Clean and Simple
  3. Simon Says Stamp Monday – Beautiful Botanicals
  4. Little Red Wagon – #564 Digi Do

20 thoughts on “{Cupcake Inspirations} Birthday Celebration Day 11

  1. This is just stunning with beautiful coloring! Those flowers are so so pretty and I love the rainbow of colors with the little splatters and stitched edges!

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  2. This is so beautiful!! I love how you colored the Daisies!! Thanks for playing along our August challenge at Die Cut Divas.

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  3. Beautiful card. I love the subtle shading you did around the flowers. It really helps to make the flowers pop. The splatters are a nice touch. Thanks for joining us at Die Cut Divas.

    sue n.

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