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Monday, January 31, 2011

Stamp of the Month Blog Hop - Friendship & Watercolor Stamping


Welcome to this month's Stamp of the Month Hop.  If you are coming from Lori Brown's Blog, you are on the right track!

I am in LOVE with this stamp set.  Can you see how nice they would be even without the sentiment which would be perfect as blank note cards making a very nice hostess gift?  Keep reading below to see the technique I used to create this classic and simple card.


Thanks for stopping by and I'd love it if you would follow me!  Keep on hopping over to Nancy Brown's Blog for more great ideas with this stamp set!!!

Technique Tutorial:

The two techniques I used are Random Stamping and Watercolor Stamping!  Assuming you know how to random stamp, I will only teach watercolor stamping here - if you want more info, please let me know.

Supplies needed:
Stamps & blocks
2 coordinating Inks (I used Bamboo & Crystal Blue)
Z1380 Spray Pen with water only
Neutral Cardstock

Start by inking up your stamp in a light or neutral color (bamboo).  Then, roll the edges of your stamp in a darker color (crystal blue).  Before stamping down onto your neutral cardstock, lightly mist water onto the inked up stamp using the Spray Pen.  Stamp onto the neutral cardstock & WAH-LAH!!!

It's that simple... and that beautiful.  Give it a try today!

Card Recipe:  Order Supplies from my website: http://scrapbooking.myctmh.com 

9033 Wishes Card Confidence Program - Pattern is Lucky Layers (p.27)
D1453 Friendship SOTM
X7133B Miracle Level 2 Paper Packet
Bamboo Exclusive Ink
Crystal Blue Exclusive Ink
Z1380 Spray Pen
Z1104 Clear Sparkles
z1151 3-D Foam Tape

9 comments:

  1. Where do I start? Love the multicolor stamping, the way you turned it at an angle and the touch the square sparkles give to the card. Beautiful card!

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  2. GORGEOUS GORGEOUS GORGEOUS! I love the watercolor technique on your card! :)

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  3. Gorgeous card. Love that technique!!!

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  4. Beautiful card. Love the multi-tone stamping.

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