02 March 2020

Guest designer at CAS watercolor Challenge - Luck of the Irish

Hi there!

I am so happy to join the CAS Water Colour Challenge as guest designer for March !

Here's my card to invite and inspire you to play along!

 I used :

  • Clover cutting file from LOVEsvg
  • Silhouette cameo
  • Distress and distress oxide inks
  • Sentiment from Penny Black Flower Sparks set
  • Enamel dot

This beautiful image doesn't need much to make it shine... so I decided to keep it simple with a painted background using the credit card smooshing technique . Channin shares her beautiful technique here !

Thanks for visiting me today!



I Card Everyone said...

A gorgeous bit of Silhouetting Hannalie - it always amazes me! Love the greens you've added to the background - perfect for this little three-leafed clover.
Though I'm betting not one bit of luck got you this gig, I'm so happy to see you here guesting!! Well done, my friend!

Robyn Oliver said...

A fabulous 'good luck' card Hannelie, love the die cut image and the freshness of your greens and white, thanks for being guest designer this month at CAS Watercolour, Robyn

Julia Aston said...

Beautiful watery green colorblocks behind that lovely lacy clover Hannelie! A perfect design for my challenge! So happy to have you as our Guest DT this month!

nancy littrell said...

Love your beautiful lacy clover with your watercolored green background, Hannelie. Congratulations on being chosen the Guest Designer too. TFS my friend. Hugs..Nancy

Anita in France said...

What a cool background, Hannelie ... fabulous with that intricate, fresh, crisp white clover (or shamrock!). Hugs, Anita :)

Marcia Hill said...

LOVE the Twisted Citron and Peeled Paint inks together on your background Hannelie, and they showcase your gorgeous shamrock beautifully! Thanks so much for guesting with us this month...I always love seeing what you've created!! :0)

My Paper Epiphany said...

What a beautiful background! I always forget about the Distress Oxides - thanks for the inspiration:) The clover looks gorgeous too. So happy to have you guesting this month!

Brenda in IN said...

A lovely mesh of colors and that gorgeous clover pops against them.