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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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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

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Beyond the Garden Scrapbook Page

As promised here’s a hybrid 8″ x 8″ scrapbook page I created on My Digital Studio with the Beyond the Garden Digital DSP and the Digital Fabulous Florets Stamp Set.  I also had to include the scooter or Vespa from the On The Grow rubber Stamp Set and the sentiment.  As yesterday I gave my scooter a custom paint job.  I paper pieced it with the Beyond the Garden Digital DSP pattern #6.  I love this digi DSP it’s so bright and perfect for your summer projects.

Sonoma vacation - Beyond the Garden DSP

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Beyond the Garden Scrapbook Page

Size:  8.00″ W x 8.00″ H

Digital Stamps:  Fabulous Florets

Rubber Stamps:  On the Grow

Digital Paper:  Beyond the Garden DSP; Card stock:  Daffodil Delight

Paper: Daffodil Delight, Water color paper, Non-SU matte photo paper

Ink:  Basic Black, Watercolor pencils, Blender Pen

Accessories: Dimensionals, My Digital Studio Software, Digital Decorative Label Punch

Technique: Digital Scrapbooking, Stamping, Watercoloring, Paper Piecing

Paris on a Scooter

Doesn’t the scooter in On the Grow stamp set remind you of touring Paris?  I love this stamp set!  This set is available in the new Stampin’ Up! Summer Mini and for some inspiration I used the sketch from Mojo Monday.  I wanted to create a card that was bright and full of flowers so I used the digital Beyond the Garden DSP.  I printed four patterns on an 8.5″ x11″ paper and then used them on my card to create a hybrid project.  I stamped the scooter image on the yellow flowers dsp and gave my scooter a custom paint job then colored the rest of it with watercolor pencils and blender pen.  Creating this card was a lot of fun.  See my blog tomorrow to see the scrap page I created with this set.

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Paris on a scooter card

Size:  4.25″ W x 5.50″ H

Stamps: On the Grow, Chic Boutique

Paper: Card stock:  Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Watercolor paper, Beyond the Garden digital DSP

Ink:  Basic Black, Watercolor pencils, Blender Pen

Accessories: Big Shot, Scallop Circles #2 die, banner from Petal Cone Die, Basic Rhinestones, Silver HodgePodge Hardware, Hemp twine

Technique: Stamping, watercoloring

Birthday Bakery

Now that I’ve given my friend her birthday card I can post it.  I CASED this card from Diana Gibbs.  She has a wonderful video tutorial on her blog.  I’ve been wanting to use the Birthday Bakery stamp set and this was the perfect opportunity.  This stamp set is so cute and is a hostess level 1 stamp set that can be earned with a $150 workshop.  If you’d like to earn this stamp set call me to book your workshop.

I was trying to use colors that would look like a little shop in Paris.  The photo was difficult to photograph but I also used Dazzling Diamonds and Moonlighting Smooch on the baked goods which worked perfectly for this card.   I used a blender pen and ink pads to water color the images.  If you haven’t tried  water coloring it’s a lot of fun and it takes me back to my childhood.  So relaxing.  It’s like I always say to my friends that think they are ordering way too much Stampin’ up products – “It’s cheaper than therapy.  You need this for your mental health”.  LOL  Here’s my card.

Awning Card

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Awning card

Finished Size: 4.25″ w x 5.50″ h

Stamp Sets: Birthday Bakery

Paper: Card stock:  Riding Hood Red, Whisper White, Soft Suede

Ink: Basic Black, Riding Hood Red, Soft Suede

Accessories: Big Shot, Square Lattice Embossing folder, Scallop Edge Punch, Scallop Oval Punch, Oval Punch, Word Punch, Blender Pens, Moonlight Smooch Pearlized Accent Ink, Dazzling Diamonds

Techniques: Stamping, Dry Embossing

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