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Hello everyone!

I have two more watercolored floral cards to share with you. I hope you’re not tired of my watercolor cards 🙂 !

Today’s flowers are cling stamps from Delight Release by Penny Black. I simply watercolored the images and added the sentiments from Love Quotes set (30-792).


The first one is featuring the hibiscus flower of Florescence cling stamp (40-779).


I stamped it in Antique Linen and Picked Raspberry (flowers) DI on Canson watercolor paper slightly offset. I then started coloring the flowers. For this image I used mostly Schmincke Watercolors.


I colored the first layer of the flowers in Rose Madder and added the darker shade in Purple Magenta. The darkest area was colored in Perylene Violet. Lastly I added the fine lines on the petals in Purple Magenta.

The first layer of the leaves were colored in Sap Green and Olive Green and I added the darker shades in Prussian Green. With the yellow stamen the coloring was completed.


The sentiment is from Love Quotes set (30-792). I stamped it in Versafine Onyx black ink and clear heat embossed it.


The second card is showing the fuchsia flowers from Captivating (40-774) set.


I stamped this image in Antique Linen DI on a Canson watercolor paper and colored it.


For the inner petals of the flowers I chose Quinacridone Red and Quinacridone Violet by Winsor & Newton. The pink outer petals were colored in Helios Purple by Sennelier. The red stems and stamens are in Bordeaux by Schmincke.
As the purple watercolors I have are all staining ones, it was so hard to blend, so I used Orchid from Color Burst for the last layer of the purple petals. Maybe it was because of the paper. I still have to learn lots of things about the watercolors. Thanks to Orchid Color Burst I could fix the issue.


For the leaves I used Green Gold by Daniel Smith and Prussian Green by Schmincke.

The sentiment is also from the Love Quotes set (30-792). This time I gold heat embossed it.


I mentioned the watercolors I used as some of you asked for them. But I can not say which colors from which manufacturer are better than others. I bought the watercolors one by one for a long period of time and am still learning about them.

If you interested in watercolors, I highly recommend Jane Blundell’s blog where you can learn about all the pigments and characters of the watercolors by various companies !

Below are the trio of my watercolored floral cards featuring cling stamps from Delight Release by Penny Black!
I shared the third card made using Companions (40-769) set in one of my previous post 🙂 !


These were my newest one layer watercolored floral cards 🙂 ! Hope you like them!

Thank you so much for stopping by !

Wishing you a happy day!



Post Author: TaeEun Yoo

7 Replies to “Delight – Penny Black”

  1. Absolutely gorgeous watercolouring TaeEun and you have brought out all the beauty of each of these PB stamps and keeping the designs unfussy allows the flowers to be the stars, and they are!! x

  2. TaeEun, you just blow me away. I am running out of compliments and words to tell you how fabulous you are. Gorgeous cards and colors! 💜💜💜

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