Monday, April 6, 2015

Moon Lake Watercolor

Before you pass this post by be sure to open it up and look at the cards I created. :)  But for now I want to say, yes, it's time again for Free Shipping from Stampin' Up!  I do love free shipping!  Especially since I remembered a set I wanted to get, but keep forgetting to order it...err!  Now I don't have to worry about the shipping cost. :)  Click HERE to place an order with me to get free shipping. :)  All you have to do is hit shop in the top right corner to get started.  Now keep on reading to check out what I've created for you today...

I have a couple of similar masculine cards that my brother requested.  I work in the office for him at his body shop...that is collision repair, frame repair, painting and restoration projects.  He asked me if I would make a couple of cards to send as thank yous to a couple of his customers.  Me make cards?  Of course! lol  I don't have any car stamps that fit the bill, but I figured a good masculine card would do so I picked a stamp from Moon Lake, stamped it on watercolor paper with StazOn Black and water colored it in.  Both similar and yet a little different.  Now to just enjoy the rest of the pictures...

As you can see the sky and lake are a little darker on the top card than the bottom.  I like the sky better in the top one, but the water better on the bottom one.  Am I picky or what? lol

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

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  1. Sara, the watercoloring in these is just beautiful! The water really looks like it's pooling and lapping next to the boat at the shore. SO pretty!

  2. Thanks, Naomi! I loved "painting" these cards. :)


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