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Heartfelt Creations August Alumni Blog Hop!

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It's time for the  monthly HC alumni blog hop!

Remember to leave a comment on as many of our blogs as you can to be in the running to win a $25 gift certificate from Heartfelt CreationsHop starts 8 a.m. EST on Tues. August 30th and closes Fri. September 30th at midnight. The winner will be announced on Sat. September 4th 2016. The winner of the blog hop will have 72 hours to claim their prize otherwise another name will be drawn.

This is no secret that I am obsessed with water colors, mostly because that was my primary medium to express while growing up and I am just excited to see that it has caught up so well in the industry.

I chose to color the Sunflower from the Classic Sunflower Collection using distress inks and indulging in some no line watercoloring. I masked the flowers a couple of times to create the bunch.




I love how it turned out and I hope you like it too.

Here is the Blog Hop order to get you started. 


Comments

  1. Oh, Ujjwal! This is sooooooo beautiful! I love the way you've stamped and colored these sunflowers. So elegant and classy! xo

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  2. Wow - this is beautiful! And so appropriate for late August!

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  3. Your watercoloring is beautiful! Love those sunflowers!

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  4. Beautiful card! Love your watercoloring!! Very beautiful!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  5. Love love love this card! The flowers would cheer anybody up as soon as they saw them. Great work Ujjwal!

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  6. So colorful. I love the arrangement of the sunflowers.

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  7. Beautiful coloring
    on your sunflowers!
    Carla from Utah

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  8. Love, love, love this. The classic sunflower is one of my favorite collections and your water coloring is beautiful!

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  9. WOW! what bright sunflowers. super watercolor. love it

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  10. Your flowers are so beautiful. Thanks for sharing

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  11. The deep yellow tones just glow and feel so warm and welcoming! Love the splatters and beautiful font too

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  12. Gorgeous and I love, love the water coloring you did..those sunflowers are beautiful!

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  13. Gorgeous!!! I love the watercoloured look of these lovely sunflowers!

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  14. I envy people who can watercolor well. Your card is lovely!

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  15. Love how you colored these sunflowers!

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  16. Oh my gosh, that is gorgeous!!!!!!!!!! The colors, the flowers, I am impressed!

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  17. Thanks for sharing your card. I haven't had much experience in working with the distress inks but this is very pretty and I like sunflower collection.

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  18. Wow! Oh my what lovely details on this stunning card. I love the flowers they look real.

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  19. Such a delightful card! What is it with sunflowers that just holler: 'happiness'?!!

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