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Colour Creations: Powder Pink & watercolour in Tea Together

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Our Colour Creations weekly Blog Hop features our 40th colour; Powder Pink. This is one of the In Colours that will retire in June, so make sure you purchase anything Powder Pink now while they are still available!

I have had this stamp set, Tea Together with the coordinating Tea Time Framelits dies for a little while now but this is my first time inking it up. Why did I wait so long???!!!

My colour palette: Powder Pink, Soft Sea Foam & Fresh Fig

The images were all stamped with Versamark ink on Watercolour Paper, Gold Emboss Powder added and Heat set. Then I coloured using the AquaPainter and ink from the stamp pads. I did all this and let them dry before die cutting each of the images out.

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I embossed the Fresh Fig layer with the Tin Tile Embossing folder before using the Versamark pad around each of the edges, just swiping gently across the pad then dipping each edge in the Gold Emboss Powder & heat set. I also did this on the Powder Pink layer inside the card!

I sprinkled some extra gold emboss powder gently over the embossed Fresh Fig card and heat set it from behind so the powder didn’t blow away and stayed where I needed it.

I gold embossed the doily as well and placed some Gold Metallic Thread behind the tea pot, which is adhered with dimensionals.

Mother's Day Card using Stampin Up Tea Together Watercolouring by Kate Morgan Australia.

I love the watercolour effect of this rose, super pretty.

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On the inside I stamped the sentiment and Gold embossed it also. Do you think I have enough Gold??!!!

Mother's Day Card using Stampin Up Tea Together Watercolouring by Kate Morgan, Australia.

If you love these products, be sure to purchase the stamp set and earn the framelits FREE with any $180 order. You won’t be disappointed!

Head on over to Catherine’s blog where you’ll find the links to other participants.

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7 thoughts on “Colour Creations: Powder Pink & watercolour in Tea Together”

  1. Oh my goodness, this is so beautiful! We must have been thinking alike as did a couple of cards with similar colours on the weekend for my customer tutorials. I love your card and colouring. The gold embossing really adds wow, and I love the vintage look.

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  2. Lovely Card Kate, I love the water colouring it really works well on the teapot and No there is not too much gold embossing I think it’s a nice balance.

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  3. Wow Kate – what a beautiful card! Yes, the gold makes it look like one of those crockery sets we were only ever allowed to look at and not use… I have never thought to emboss the edges of the cardstock, so thank you for a great idea. Love the colours & that rose turned out so realistic.

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  4. Love your card Kate. The gold looks so nice with the Fresh Fig and the Tin Tile Dynamic Folder. Beautiful layout of your card and this set is a must.

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