10 Sep 2018

Upside down or downside up?


Can you guess the flowers?
Lillies? No! They are snowdrops!! Deepti had gifted me this stamp set designed by her (very) long ago and I was feeling guilty for not putting it to use. When I saw it last week I was determined to use it and started stamping at once on a small watercolor paper piece.


Only when I searched them for coloring reference on internet I realized that I had stamped them upside down! I didn’t want to
discard it so thought of coloring them as a trial.
Another supply from my stash that has been neglected for long, the connector coloring pens. Gifted by Vijaylakshmi , more than a year ago and I had no idea till date that I can water color with them !They are so easy to use on watercolor paper, so vibrant and come in a set of 24.I colored the background first as the flowers were going to be white. I could also create texture in the bg with water droplets.


Now that I knew the snowdrops are upside down I made another card with correct version .


For both the cards I made the background on card base by applying mixture of gloss gel and rainbow glitter through stencils.


Which one do you like more ?

Supplies used:
Just because stamp set (Stamplorations),doodled bloom(Jane's doodles)
Rain drops Stencil (Craft Tangles)
Tribal Swirls Stencil (Artplorations)
Sakura Gloss gel
Rainbow Glitter (Dress My Craft)
Faber Castle connector color pens
Brustro Watercolor paper

Linking it to :
The flower Challenge : #24 Anything goes

Watercooler Wedneday Challenge : WWC186

Shopping Our Stash:#370Crazy for Coloring


CAS on Sunday #141 Flowers 
Paru’s Card Making Challenge :Anything goes

24 comments:

  1. This is awesome , love both the versions of your creation and the colour combinations !!
    cheers

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  2. Actually, I did think they looked like snowdrops - more like - I thought they looked like a familiar flower. Then, as you mentioned upside down snowdrops, it clicked! But they do look wonderful in your watercolors! Actually wondering why they are always looking down in nature - such pretty flowers too! So, maybe this is a lucky chance for the flowers to look up too!! :D Awesome watercoloring Pooja!

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  3. They both look amazing!! Wow!! Your coloring is so spectacular on both!! The texture you added is fabulous!! I love, love these!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  4. Oh girl! You are so gifted, probably God after seeing the first beauty, may decide to mutate the snowdrops with lilies and create something that you created! Beautiful colours and so vibrant. Love both of them equally :)

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  5. Ohh..yeah I do agree with ishani. Both of your cards look delightful with your amazing colouring Pooja. Love them.πŸ’•πŸ˜πŸ’•

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  6. You've proved the saying that "there are no mistakes, everything is an original". Love both versions. The gel paste backgrounds are perfect to showcase the beautiful colours. Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday.

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  7. It's an artistic licence! They are both exquisite and who says you can't use a stamp in another artistic way! Great job on showcasing the snowdrops as a two-fer!! Beautiful colors and background.

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  8. Magnificent coloring. Both the cards look so fabulous

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous cards, love the watercolor wash around this amazing little flowers.
    Thank you for sharing this cards with us over at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE and SHOPPING OUR STASH, hope you play again soon.
    Hugs.
    Maria Rodriguez.DT

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  10. You are such an amazing colorist! These are totally fabulous and the water drop stencil in the background is the coolest! Hugs, Autumn

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  11. Both cards are gorgeous and I love the way you colored them. The blue and green are so vibrant! Beautiful job and thanks for playing along with us at The Flower Challenge.

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  12. Pooja...what you are eating now days...creating magically beautiful cards everytime...lol..kidding😝..i loved both cards equally n finally I m happy that those pens are useful for you πŸ’•you are too talented but now we all want to see the process pics 😍❤

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  13. The vibrant background really accents the white snowdrops, Pooja. I think you've created a new flower because the snowdrops look great stamped either way. Thanks for sharing your card with us at The Flower Challenge.

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  14. Absolutely stunning...both of them. Wonderful water colouring and the prettiest of colours. No favourites....Love them both upside down or not x.

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  15. You are blooming like a pro at every one of your project make...Amazing to see each one.Keep them coming. Love it to bits!!

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  16. Amazing !! I loveeee your cards :) brilliant as always xx

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  17. Oh my! Love both renditions. Pooja, you’ve mesmerized my eyes with your incredible colors and the gorgeous way your talented fingers have brought those amazing flowers to life. Such masterpieces should be on display in a gallery! So beautiful! XXOO

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  18. WOW WOW WOW I love your card, so beautiful. Fantastic art !!!

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  19. Wow Pooja was looking at your card on Watercooler Wednesday then realised I had seen on The Flower Challenge as well. What a couple of absolutely stunning creation. Love both versions, the colours totally rock, the white crystal backgrounds perfect finish for them. 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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  20. I love them both, can't choose a fav....so totally gorgeous.
    Thanks so much for playing along with The Flower Challenge.
    :) Karen

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  21. Gosh...gorgeous! LOVE the masterful use of blues and purples. :)

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  22. Love these both! I thought they were crocuses when upright, but when"proper" I see that they are indeed snowdrops! Ha! Love both and can't choose a fave... Although I do prefer the raindrops on the background if I must choose... Thanks for sharing at SOS last challenge.

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  23. Apart from wanting to gush over this gorgeous card, I wanted to congratulate you on your win in the Coloring Challenge. I recognised your card straight away and was so happy to see it there. I'm still shocked that I made 3rd place in the Beginner Category and bet your on Cloud 9 like me!! Back to this card, the colouring is sublime, your so good with your watercolouring, it really is pure art. I'm always so happy to see you at The Flower Challenge!!

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  24. You are a coloring master - both cards are gorgeous! xoxo

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