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Hand Stamped Sentiments Technique Challenge #22 and Giveaway!

This week’s challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments is a technique challenge –  fancy fold or shape card.  I’ve been wanting to create a watering can card and this was my opportunity.  The template is from Waltzingmouse Stamps.  I have included the template link below.  Also this week I am giving away the stamp set Of the Earth.  Leave me a comment and your name will be entered in the drawing.  To see what else you can win go to Hand Stamped Sentiments.

Now on to the project deets. To add dimension to the watering can I cut out an additional spout and sponged the edges of the can and sentiment oval with Soft Suede ink.  I stamped all the flower images on Very Vanilla card stock.  I used glue dots and SNAIL to adhere the flowers and the leaves.  I used the rock and roll method with Garden Green and Olive Green ink to add dimension to the leaves.  I had a lot of fun creating this card.

Watering Can card

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Leave me a comment to enter you name in a drawing to win this stamp set.

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Project info:

Watering Can card

Template: click here

Stamp Sets: Petal Pizzazz, Chic Boutique

Paper: Card stock:  Soft Suede, Very Vanilla, Regal Rose

Ink: Classic Ink:  Regal Rose, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, Garden Green, Old Olive Soft Suede

Accessories: Big Shot, Beautiful Wings Embosslits die, Vintage brads

Techniques: Stamping

15 Responses

  1. I love your card by when I went to see the templete it was not found. But, I would love to win the stamp set; because I am new stamping and trying to learn all I can to help me.


  2. What a wonderful card! The flowers are so bright and fun!


  3. Love your design! As usual great work and creativity.


  4. Your card really caught my eye and I studyed on it for quite a while. Good work Your should be proud


  5. I love this watering can card, but I received an error message of “file not found” when I tried to download the template. Help!
    Betty Ackley


  6. Very cute watering can card! I like the colorful flowers with the brown can.


  7. How lovely and inventive! You did a great job with this card! I’ve never seen anything like it.


  8. This is a great card, thanks for the template and for sharing. I’ve seen the flower pot card before, but never this version of it. Tammy


  9. This is an awesome card, what a great job and the colors just pop.


  10. Wow love this card. Love the colors! So cheerful!!! My gardening buddy is having a birthday soon. This would be the prefect card for her. Thanks for the template.
    Thank you for the oppertunity to win, love those stamps.


  11. Totally cute! If I could only be as creative!


  12. What a wonderful card. Thank you for sharing it.


  13. Love the card! The flowers are so pretty. Thanks for the chance to win.


  14. What a cute watering can! Love those flowers and I have that set so I will have to see what I can do with it.



  15. These are great. I adore the tiny labels.


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