Who Doesn’t Want A Hug?

I’m back again today with another card for Less is More Week 173.  Today’s card is very simple and clean!  I’ve combined my love of water-coloring and die-cutting to create my card.

For those of you who don’t know a couple of weeks ago I start a watercolor class and absolutely loved it.  Before, the class started we were instructed to practice using our “stuff” and I created a couple of single pieces.  I had hoped to use my pieces during the class but never did because I create other cards.  So, when Less is More decided that their recipe this week would be Die Cut, I knew I had to use this piece on my card. No need to throw anything away, especially a big Hug as pretty as this.

Hugs

I know I wanted to keep my card very simple because the watercolor image is so powerful by itself.

Hugs top view

I die cut out 4 hugs and attached them to my watercolor piece to create some dimension on the front of my card.

Side note: I’ve been working on improving my photograph.  The background of these pictures are a little dark but I like the effect.  It gives the card a warm feeling which is what I love in the words of Olaf, “I Love Warm Hugs“!!

So, what do you think? Do you like “Warm Hugs” too?

Let me know.

Supplies used:

classiccrestsolarwhtiePelikan WatercolorbighugsOnyx Versafine Ink

I also used Stampin’ Up! Bring on the Cake stamp set that retired.

Thanks for stopping by!

~Kymona

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24 thoughts on “Who Doesn’t Want A Hug?

  1. Brilliant card!
    Thanks for visiting me and the lovely comments. I did the water colour course too – wasn’t it inspiring?!
    I’ve had a good look around your blog it really is inspiring – I love your style.
    Elaine

    • Thank you Elaine!! I explored your site as well and your cards are awesome. All of your die cut cards are great. I love your watercolor flowers. They look great. My favorite is the orange flower, that color really made the card pop.

      Yes, that class was amazing. I really enjoyed it. I hope they do a part two.

  2. What a stunning card. The inking effect on the sentiment is wonderful!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    “Less is More”

  3. Hugs are the best – did you know that they are recyclable? If you receive one you don’t want you just recycle it and pass it to someone else 🙂 Helen T (No 123)

    • Hey Helen, you are funny and so right!!! LOL, I never thought of hugs in that way, but its true. I stopped by your blog and I love both of your cards but the second one is my favorite. I have the thinlits die, I need to use it more often. Welcome to the blog world.

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