Friday, June 29, 2012

Scrapbooker's Paradise Guest Designer...

I'm honored to be the guest designer this week at the Playing in Paradise Challenge hosted by Scrapbooker's Paradise. This weeks Playing in Paradise Challenge prompt is this gorgeous watercolour.
Definitely inspired to go arty with the gorgeous strong colours and the curved lines from the inspiration photo - and as teal would have to be my favourite colour, I painted the sky teal!  Had heaps of fun creating this beautifully sparkly watercolour background using LuminArte paints - similar to the Twinkling H2Os available from Scrapbooker's Paradise. Word stickers are from Crate Paper, with Memory box die cut butterfly and Kaisercraft little pearls.
I hope you join in too...

11 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous, Lyndal! The sentiment is the perfect finishing touch - and I simply love the shimmery butterfly and the amazing background you created. So glad you could play along with us this week :)

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  2. WOW! Gorgeous background - so rich in colour and texture! Love it!

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  3. Lovely Lovely work, The movement is so peaceful and calm.
    Thanks So Much for being our Guest Designer this week.
    Keep smiling and creating

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  4. Love this! All shades of turquoise and teal are my favourite colours and I love the free essence of this card.

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  5. Gorgeous card, I love the bold colour and the sentiment is perfect. Congrats on being GD this week.

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  6. WOW look at this card!!! LOVE that watercolor background!!!!

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  7. Wowee.. that bkgd swirl is amazing, love the movement in it and how you placed the sentiment :0)
    Gorgeous card.
    Jenny x

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  8. This is beautiful! The colors are perfect...CAS and elegant. Looks good on ya!

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  9. Wow! Beautiful card!!
    Love the bold colors!
    Great watercolor background!

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  10. Really beautiful! So artsy and painterly! LOVE it!!!

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