happy blooming birthday.



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Hello!  Monday, already?!  I’m really not a purple girl so when a purple color challenge comes up, I try to play along to stretch my designing.  Personally, I think watercoloring makes everything look awesome and the more pooling the better…
cardstock:  recollection/110/ white,  bazzill marshmallow, american crafts glitter  stamps:  stampin’ up you’re wonderful & flower patch  ink:  ranger archival black, stampin’ up white embossing powder  other:  spellbinders circles

All the stamps that I used are by Stampin’ Up and they are from their photopolymer collection:


Flower Patch

You’re Wonderful (retired)
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Before you go…I wanted to let you know about a super special birthday celebration that is happening all this week over at Neat & Tangled!

There are some super special friends joining in the fun…remember, it all starts at the Neat & Tangled blog!

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 As always, thanks for stoppin’ by and I hope you have a great week!

35 thoughts on “happy blooming birthday.”

  1. Water coloring does make everything pOp! This is so pretty in that lavender! And curse you and your enabling ways! That multi star diecut looks so cool.

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  2. So gorgeous!! I am not a purple girl either … but I always LOVE it when someone creates with it! LOL!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. I tend to struggle with purple, too… but then I always think it looks so beautiful when I see someone rock it the way you have here! Love the watercoloring and love the white embossing! This is beautiful!

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  4. Your purple looks gorgeous, Amy! Love the layout and the gold stripe too. Thank you for playing alove with the Colour Me!

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  5. Beautiful card Amy. I love the purple and you are right, watercoloring makes everything better! Love the addition of the gold glitter band.

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  6. Love the watercoloring, Amy… so pretty!
    Wow… the star die is amazing and the sequins are gorgeous!!!!!!!

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  7. I'm right there with you both accounts in your intro, girl! Such a beautiful number! Really love that shimmery, gold strip! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Colour Me…!

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  8. Hi Amy,
    It doesn't show that you're not a purple girl, your card turned out beautiful! That little bit of gold brings everything together. Thanks for joining us at Colour Me…!
    Hugs Antonia

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  9. I'm not much of a purple person either, but you've really made something special with those watercolors. Love that deep pooling toward the bottom of your focal point. Extra special card in my book. Really like this one. Bev

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  10. so so so so pretty!! i agree – the watercolor DOES make everything just pop and work soooooo perfectly together!! love the emboss resist with the light purple!

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  11. Just so beautiful Amy…love your sweet purple flowers and that sentiment is fabulous! Thanks for joining us at Colour Me!

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  12. Amazing combo of color and sketch, this is an awesome take on the challenges. Funny that you aren't really a purple girl, I picked purple for your bday card because you like blackberry bliss, it muted out to a lighter color in the end.

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