Ok, I know that Agapanthus flowers are bluish, capture-decran-2016-09-17-a-12-01-29but hey, the challenges requested another colour 😛 !  So I’m entering my card in the “Just Us Girls” #361 challenge, Nancy chose the colours black, yellow and red. As for the TIME OUT Challenge #66, I really like the ARCH framing these same colours, Yay.  So I stamped three of these blossoms in BLACK to Arche watercolour paper and cut IT out in the ARCH shape (no pun intended).  They are water coloured in YELLOW with RED Liquid Pearls for the hearts or stamens.  I also heat embossed the capture-decran-2016-09-17-a-12-01-20large solid Agapanthus in antique white on white card stock to match the off white tint of the watercolour paper.  The piece was mounted with an eyelet onto yellow vellum of the same shape and adhered to the card base.  Little red daisies, clear heat embossed several times were threaded along with white beads and attached to the eyelet.  Hope you enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by, happy card making! HUGz Joanna



8 thoughts on “Agapanthus

  1. Those flowers are so pretty – especially in those pretty Autumn colours! I love the background that you created with the solid embossed flowers – that pop of texture really completes the card! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill


  2. Delicious texture, fabulous dimension, and such a gorgeous agapanthus in those lovely yellow hues, Jo … seems I could just reach in and touch it all! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita 🙂


  3. This is such a unique and fabulous card! You captured the photo so well! Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls for Color Week and we hope you will come back again!


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