Kesnija used gold spray to unite her gold-embossed sentiment and her pretty pink stenciled frame.
Maura used white embossing and three fab colors to create depth and interest on her lovely card. I also like how the black flower spills out onto the white.
Kimberly used such vivid color and white embossing to make this dramatic and pretty card. I love how the color bleeds up into the white.
Grá claims she made a mistake stamping her flowers, but she rescued it perfectly. Note the most excellent background, which she added freehand.
Ingrid's bold choice of colours makes this card really pop!
Karin's stunning watercolour butterfly is a perfect example of blending!
Marianne's dramatic night sky is given real perspective by her detailed frame!
It is impressive how Maura's few blended colours give the forest such depth.
Lee Ann has created a dramatic image by placing contrasting colours side by side with a thin but bold black line to divide them.
Claire's beautifully blended and layered circles almost look as though they are floating across the the white background.
Ashwini's card really shows how motion can be created using watercolour inks.
Sarah Jay created this super cute and fun card...love the way she arranged them all into a heart.
Shirley created this beauty which looks like a watercolour garden.
Thanks so much to everyone who played along with OLS14 You Blend!