Welcome to week 24 of the Art With Heart Colour Creations Blog Hop!
This week we are showcasing one of the Subtles: Highland Heather.
Although I’m not usually a purple kind of a gal, I really love this colour and I have a soft spot for it because of its name. You see my mum’s name is Heather and my grandparents on my dad’s side are Scottish, emigrating from the Scottish Highlands to Australia in the late 1930s.
Here’s a stunning picture I found of the Highland Heather on the Scottish moors. Look at that sky!
For my card today, I really wanted to recreate a bunch of this gorgeous highland heather and the “Lots of Happy Card Kit” was just perfect for the job.
The great thing about this kit (apart from how quick it is to create a stack of cards) is that it’s also easy to make your own variations. I’m pretty sure this gorgeous flower is supposed to be lilac but I think it looks a lot like heather when it is coloured in with the Highland Heather.
Instead of using the watercolour pencils that come with the kit, I coloured the flower in with my light and dark Highland Heather blends. The leaves and stems are coloured in with my light and dark Old Olive blends.
Another variation I made was to add some burlap and, drum roll………
….a sneak peek of a new item from the forthcoming Occasions catalogue – Old Olive linen thread, tied in a bow with some Crumb Cake linen thread and Whisper White bakers twine.
One of my favourite elements in this kit is the matching envelopes with the black and white stripe. So very cute.
To see what the rest of the team have made click on the links below.
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Next Tuesday we’ll be showcasing a 2018-19 In Colour: Lemon Lime Twist.
We hope you can hop along with us all then!