Watercolour Blooms

These cold wintery days in Canberra are good for one thing, and one thing only….. stamping! 🙂 The weather here has been bitterly cold and miserable, and I am looking forward to seeing more and more flowers starting to bloom.  We have some beautiful Camelia’s in bloom in our garden and there is gorgeous yellow wattles starting to show themselves, which is a sure sign that spring isn’t all that far away.  Today I have really enjoyed watercolouring some of the Australian native flower stamps from the Bloom Away set.  I am holding a class in August where we will be making this card, along with three others using the Bloom Away set.  Go to my Upcoming Events page to find out more details, and make sure you contact me to book in.

Stamp Set: Bloom Away

Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Watercolour paper, Bella Rose Designer Series Paper.

Inks: Black Stazon, Chocolate Chip, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss, Always Artichoke.

Accessories: Chocolate Chip Double Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Linen Thread, Scallop Edge Punch, Sponge Daubers, Paper Piercer and Mat Pack.

Artwork copyright Chris Parker-Barnes

Images copyright 1990 – 2009 Stampin’ Up!

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2 thoughts on “Watercolour Blooms

  1. I so dearly love this card Chris. I have some of these images inked…but have not had the guts to try and colour them yet!! I am totally in love with the Bella Rose DSP….so much fun to be had. TFS!!

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    • Hi Lynda, thanks for all of your lovely comments. Oh go on, have a go, I’m sure they will be gorgeous and I would love to see what you do. Yes, we have so many beautiful stamp sets and papers, sometimes it is hard to know what to use first! 🙂
      Chris

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