Wednesday, 30 May 2012


Week  7 of our journey into discovering the Techniques in Tim Holtz's Compendium of Curiosities Vol. 2.
This week Linda at StudioL3  has us opening  the book at  page 49 and trying out hand at Brushless Watercolours. The challenge is sponsored by eclectic Paerie
 As always I cannot share how I did the background.  The colour is wild honey distress ink, edged with vintage photo.
The stamps I used  are  from Stampers Anonymous, Pink Paisley and Susie Blu for Stampavie, this little lady will become a favourite of mine she was coloured with promarkers.
My first efforts with this technique is on the right. I think I got a bit carried away with the water spray.

Thank you for stopping by to take a look, I realy appreciate your comments.
My next posts will be schedueled, so I may not be able to visit you all for a few days.
I will look forward to catching up later.


  1. A lovely bright and happy looking card.Jean x

  2. Smashing cards Yvonne, am also a great fan of Suzi Blu stamps and have this one as well......great taste we x

  3. Your card is bright and cheerful. Cheers Caz

  4. I love them both, Yvonne, but your Suzi Blu piece is over-the-top WONDERFUL! You designed it so well, and the colors are gorgeous. The little flower girl is perfect with the bee!

  5. Just love them and no wonder the little lady will become a favourite she is just wonderful . Your colours are all just right.

    Love Chrissie xx

  6. Beautiful work and love the stamp you have used! Valerie

  7. You've worked the effect really well Yvonne and I love the Suzi Blu stamp and the little bee! Great result.

  8. What a cute Suzi Blu image, and love the sentiment too! Pretty background, and I like your first attempt piece as well!

  9. A lovely happy card Yvonne. great image with the background.
    Avril xx

  10. Hi Yvonne. Beautiful card. I really like the effects you have created on the second one.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Regards Florence xx

  11. Two wonderful pieces, I really love the image of the girl.