Roses and Love

What better way to start off the new year than with thoughts of love? This new Thomas Kinkade image, A Perfect Yellow Rose is gorgeous in yellow but looks stunning  in other colors too. I love the image stamped monochromatically in Cranberry Adirondack Pigment ink for a warm, more Valentine’s look. I’ve been wanting to try out a Thomas Kinkade image stamped on kraft and highlighted with the white colored pencil and I think it’s a great look. Hope you aren’t tired of seeing this technique. It’s elegant but oh so easy!

Roses of Love

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Quick Tip: Change the color of your flower embellishments to coordinate better with the project by sponging with the ink you used to stamp your image.

Thanks for stopping by!

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Supply List:

Stamps:
-A Perfect Yellow Rose (Thomas Kinkade line) by Cornish Heritage Farms
-The Rose Speaks sentiment (Thomas Kinkade line) by Cornish Heritage Farms
-Victorian Pattern Backgrounder by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Cranberry Adirondack Pigment ink by Ranger, Black Memento Ink by Tsukineko
Paper: Kraft, Crabapple Dark cardstock by Prism
Other: white pencil crayon, flower by Prima, charm by Imaginisce, ribbon by Creative Impressions

10 responses to “Roses and Love

  1. SO pretty, J! I like that stamp done monochromatically.

  2. Absolutely beautiful!! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Lacey

  3. Very pretty and I love that deep burgundy color!

  4. Bonnie aka raduse

    Wow! Good thing I just ordered it.

  5. Oh I like it this way even more, just Beautiful!

  6. So pretty! Love the monochromatic look!
    Diane

  7. Chris R. from Iowa

    Simply stunning! If you don’t have anybody to send the card to – I will gladly take it! The little dream tag/charm (whatever) goes with the sentiment perfectly. I love this color combination. Thanks so much for sharing this!

  8. This is beautiful.. .Love the colors and the layout!

  9. Congratulations! This blog post was featured in the latest Carnival at http://www.craftcritique.com We would love it if you’d let YOUR blog readers know too… you know, share the love! Happy Valentine’s Day! Craft Critique loves you!

    (P.S. Hi Julia!)

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