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As July is Watercoluring month I thought I would share a couple of cards I’ve created using our Water Painters, Inks & Refills. It is such a fun technique, so be sure you have a play.
Check out this video highlghting how to watercolour with your Water Painters.
As I hadn’t played with the Watercolour Paper for some time, out it came.
For my card I was determined to use a set that I hadn’t used for sometime, so down came the Painted Poppies Stamp Set. In fact, this set is fantastic for watercolouring as the images are big & open, just want you want for quick & easy cards. I also dug out my Watercolour Pencils & Water Painter.
The sentimet is from Peaceful Moments Stamp Set & has been stamped onto Very Vanilla with Gorgeous Grape Ink.
Do you recognise the layout? It has actually been cased from Page 28 of the Annual Catalogue!
Now that you have seen my card & how easy it is, don’t forget to dig your Wwater Painters out & do a little watercolouring too!
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It’s Day 2 of sharing my Feature of the Week which happens to be the sweet Timeless Tulips Stamp Set from the Annual Catalogue.
Again, I’ve used a piece of the lovely Daffodil Afternoon DSP from 2022 Jan-Feb Sale-a-Bration. The papers are Level 1 & can be yours when spending $90.
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As the papers can be rather busy & a little overwhelming so I’ve kept my card fairly simple but still making a bit of a wow!
Stamp Set – Timeless Tulips
Inks – Mossy Meadow, Poppy Parade, Momento Tuxedo Black
Cardstock – Very Vanilla, Poppy Parade
DSP – Daffodil Afternoon
Dies – Layering Circles, Painted Labels
Embellishments – Pearls
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For my card today, I decided to grab Sailing Home from my shelf. It is one of my favourites but one that hasn’t seen ink in some time.
A piece of Basic White Cardstock was embossed with the Bark 3D Embossing Folder before being adhered to a piece of Night of Navy & then to a Thick Basic White Base Card.
The shape was die cut from Basic White with the Painted Labels Dies, the yacht stamped in the middle of the circle in Nigh of Navy Ink along with the birds & then adhered to the left side of the Card Front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
To finish it off, I stamped the sentiment onto a piece of scrap Basic White in Night of Navy Ink, chopped it back to size & into a banner shape before adhering it to the Card Front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
As I mentioned, a very simple & easy card but one that I am more than happy with.
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