25 Jun 2018

CASEing Shery


Back to forals ! STAMPlorations is celebrating its 5th Birthday and we have a chance to join in the party by CASEing one of the designers .


I loved many cards shared by the team and was particularly drawn towards this card by Sherry (owner of STAMPlorations).She creates Awesome one layered cards and I love her style.


Mine is neither monochromatic nor one layered. Rather than copying it as it is I have varied it slightly.


I have tried this technique of coloring flowers with grid many times( on thisthis and this card) only difference is that  I have a grid stamp now .
The sentiment is from two different stamp sets.Do tell me me if you like this card .Thanks for the visit.

Supplies used :
Stamps : Classic Calla Lilies(STAMPlorations),Bloom together(Studio Katia),Doodled blooms(Jane’s doodle),pixels (Mudra)
Inks :Jet Black Archival Ink
Water colors : Akashiya watercolor brush pens

Linking it to :
STAMPlorations 5th Birthday Hop : CASEing Designers


The Flower Challenge #21 Use a Previous Challenge (I choose spotlight stamping- Jan 18)




The Twisted Challenges :  #1 Checkered Florals.
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge : bright and Cheerful
Addicted to Stamps and More : #297 Make your mark 


32 comments:

  1. Very artsy design...with the use of that grid stamp and bright pinks!

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  2. Exquisite.....love the grid and the pink and grey <3

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  3. WOW!! love this card, the flowers look amazing stamped on the grid image, almost like little tiles, just gorgeous.
    Thank you for sharing with us at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE, hope you play again next time.

    Hugs.

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  4. I love your grid technique - you make it looks fabulous on every single card you make, and this one is no exception! Awesome job, Pooja!!

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  5. Oh wow, it's so stunning!! I absolutely love the grid look!! It adds such depth and dimension!! Gorgeous, gorgeous card!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  6. This is breathtaking and a stunning CASE, Pooja! Have you done a video on this or have directions? I'm trying to figure out the layers: first watercolor splash, then the floral image, and then the grid ... no, I don't think that's right. I can't for the life of me figure out how you got the grid over part of the flowers and leaves, but not all of them and I'd love to know the process! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. This is such an interesting technique, Pooja, and so lovely with only part of the flowers colored in the grid pattern. Thanks for sharing your card with us at The Flower Challenge.

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  8. I absolutely love this Pooja, gorgeous combination of stamps and love the pop of pink. Thanks for joining us at The Flower Challenge.

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  9. I'm back to thank you for sharing this unique card with us at Addicted to Stamps and More, Pooja. I had already commented above for The Flower Challenge.

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  10. What an awesome look! Totally different and I love it!

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  11. This an absolutely gorgeous card Pooja. I love how you have coloured the florals in grid patterns. They look stunning. Thanks for playing along with us at The Twisted Challenges blog

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  12. I love that card with the grid. There's so much texture and layers. It's absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

    ♥ Mindy

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  13. Pooja I saw you use this technique one time before and swore I would use it and I haven't and you have now reminded me again that I have to give this ago. It is stunning, beautiful eye-catching and breathtaking. A total winner in my eye. Thank you so much for joining us at The Flower Challenge and we hope to see you there again soon. Aileen DesignTeam

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  14. Gorgeous! I love the technique you used with the grid lines. So unique and beautiful. It almost feels pixelated! Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations' 5th birthday celebration.

    sue

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  15. Gorgeous <3.
    The grid and bright pink adds so much more beauty to this card. Its a beauty.
    Would love to try my hands on such pretty style.
    Hugs
    Isha
    http://craftingparaadise.blogspot.com/

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous!! I love love how you have colored the flowers.. Thank you for playing with us at The Twisted Challenges!

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  17. Wow what a stunner...as Farnell said please do share how you made it...it is so intriguing

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  18. This is stunningly beautiful 😍... totally loved the way u colored flowers in grid pattern ❤👌👌

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  19. This is such a stunning card Pooja! I love the design and that amazing grid look too. Thanks for sharing with us over at 'The Flower Challenge' and I am sure we will be seeing you there again very soon ;) Viv DT xx

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  20. Wow..Pooja!! This is so beautiful ..gorgeous! Fabulous technique.. and the last time I saw it...I wanted to try.. still haven't. My resolve has gone stronger to use this technique now.

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  21. Amazing card! I'm really curious of the technique, it looks great!

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  22. Oooh how pretty. I am going to have to CASE you. I love the way you colored the flowers using a grid. Thank you for helping STAMPlorations celebrate 5 years.

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  23. The shading in the grid format is what makes this card shine out bright...I love the way you have coloured the big florals and left the rest in a monochromatic neutral shade....thank you for playing along with The Twisted Challenges Theme.

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  24. Gorgeous card Pooja, fantastic technique, love it

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  25. This is an amazing card, Pooja...I LOVE the way you coloured it but I also love that technique! I've found the stamp (in India) but am intrigued. How do you get that effect with that stamp?

    Cath x

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  26. Congratulations on your win at The Flower Challenge, Pooja! Your cards are gorgeous! hugs, de

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  27. I love this card and the idea, so much so that you inspired me to have a go myself! :)

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  28. Stunning!!! A real WOW card! Just so unique!

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