Friday, April 19, 2019

CAS Watercolor Challenge: Unity Stamps Poppies



I saw the April CAS Watercolor challenge was Poppy.  I have been water coloring more and I remembered this humongous poppy from Unity I have.  I have been using my Spectrum Noir Aqua markers more, I thought most were used up, but I was happily surprised to see that once I sorted through them that I really still have a ton of colors.  I do need to replace my blues.  











Main Ingredients:
Unity Donna Downey Poppy Stamps (Rubber Cling), Unity Lisa Arana Blossoming Thoughts & Wishes (Rubber Cling)
Spectrum Noir Aqua Markers: Amber, Begonia, SUnflower, Meadow, Bud Green
Le Pen Black Fineliner
Pentel Signo White Gel Pen
Canson Illustration Paper 


Lately I haven't been creating very much.  Truth is, I've been very under the weather since November and last night I had my Tonsils removed.  I have a stress condition and it elevated to extreme acid reflux.  I thought it was just congestion from a lingering cold. Anyway, it aggravated my tonsils to the point of ulceration and they got so inflamed that the swelling never went down.  I was prescribed 3 different rounds of different antibiotics, and after a follow up visit with a specialist, I was told they need to come out.  So here I sit in pain, trying to create to take my mind off it.  Hope your Easter weekend is better!

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jenni1st said...

So sorry you've been ill. Saying a little prayer for your quick recovery. I can empathize, though, I also had my tonsils removed as an adult; it sucked. Hope you bounce back quickly!

SD pooja said...

It's a beautiful card !! Sorry about your pain I hope you will recover soon.

~amy~ said...

Girl, your card is gorgeous!
you're on the road to feeling oh so much better. Hang in there my friend.

Dotty Jo said...

Your card is beautiful, and I really hope that this is the start of a speedy road to recovery and improved health. Big hugs, Jo x

Kim Heggins said...

WOW....this card is over the top gorgeous! Just love those wonderful colors. Wishing you a speedy recovery and wonderful Easter!

Bonnie said...

These bold poppies are gorgeous, Kimberly! I love how you've colored them! I'm sorry to hear that you've been under the weather. I remember when I had my tonsils out and it was very painful. I hope creating beautiful cards makes you feel better. And we get to enjoy it too. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour and happy Easter!

Marcia Hill said...

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL card Kimberly! I love the poppy image you used and you colored it just beautifully! I'm so sorry you've been through so much with your health lately, and hope you recover quickly! Thanks so much for sharing this beauty with us at CAS Watercolour! :0)

Loll said...

Gorgeous watercoloured poppies, Kimberly! I love the colours you've used and the soft wash in the background. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour!

Sorry you had to go through the surgery. Not a fun thing ... I can relate! Even though you're not feeling well, your mojo is working overtime. Hope you are feeling better soon!

Anke said...

WOW WOW WOW absolutely stunning, I love your card. Fantastic watercolouring ...

Susan Renshaw said...

Beautiful!
Thank you for sharing with Addicted to Stamps and More!
Susan
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Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

berucrafts said...

What for a glamorously CAS card... Love how soft you use the watercolor. Thank you very much for joining us at the bastel-traum Challenge.

Hugs and good luck
Ute
DT bastel-traum challenge

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