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Everybunny Easter Watercolor Card

This week at Hand Stamped Sentiments we have a watercolor technique challenge.  With Easter a few weeks awayI used the Everybunny stamp set to create this card.  I used blender pens and stamp pads to color the bunny image.  I stamped it with black StayzOn then colored away.  I used a bright color combination of Tempting Turquoise, Melon Mambo and Concord Grape.  I apologize for the photo.  My camera is still out for repair and had to take the photo with my iPhone.  The colors don’t show up true.

Stampin' Up! Everybunny Easter card

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Please join us at HSS and show us your water color technique.

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Everybunny Easter Card

Card Size:  4.25″ x 5.50″

Stamp sets:  Everybunny

Paper: Card Stock:  Whisper White, Tempting Turquoise, Melon Mambo, Concord Grape

Ink: Concord Grape, Melon Mambo, Tempting Turquoise, Lucky Limeade, Soft Suede

Accessories: Modern Label, Framelits, Blender Pen, Satin Organza Whisper White ribbon, Basic Rhinestones (colored with Sharpies), Eyelet Border punch, Texturz Plate

Hand Stamped Sentiments Watercolor Technique Challenge #26

Another fun challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments – watercoloring technique.  I really like the hydrangea in the Because I care stamp set so I used the image in my project.  I also used the Newsprint DSP and Vellum.  I love the Newsprint DSP.  All the patterns are so interesting and they’re perfect for so many projects.  I stamped the hydrangea image with Classic Black ink  on Vellum paper.  The Classic Black ink is a good choice to stamp an image you’re going to watercolor because the ink is waterproof.  I then watercolored the hydrangea in Cherry Cobbler and the leaves in Old Olive.  The Crumb Cake layer and oval are sponged in Crumb Cake to give more of a vintage look.  I added a border punched with the Scallop Trim punch and Black Satin ribbon at the bottom of the card.  I hope you’re inspired to try this technique.  I can’t wait for you to take the challenge and post your creation.

Newsprint DSP

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Hydrangea watercolor card

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All products are Stampin’ Up! unless noted.

Project info:

Because I Care Hydrangea watercolor card

Finished card size: 4.25″ x 5.50″

Stamp Sets: Because I Care – Hostess level 1 (This set can only be earned with a minimum $150 workshop.  Email me to book a workshop.)

Paper: Card stock:  Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler, Vellum, DSP Newspring

Ink: Basic Black, Crumb Cake, Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive

Accessories: Scallop Trim punch, Large Oval punch, Black Brads, Black Satin Ribbon, Aqua Painter

Techniques: Stamping, Watercoloring

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