Art Impressions Watercolor Fun with Heather Telford

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Heather Telford, our good friend, is sharing two fabulous cards today. She has brilliantly used the Art Impressions Watercolor stamp series to create welcoming friendship cards. We just love their cheery warmth!

Take a look at how she did it, then try you hand at it! Also, don’t forget to pop over to Heather’s blog for loads more inspiration.

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Watercoloring The Geode Stamp by Concord & 9th

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Concord & 9th has just released the Geode stamp and die set. We have created a video (see below) to show you how we used the stamp set. Hopefully, this will inspire you to get out your paints and give it a whirl. Choose whatever color palette that strikes your fancy!

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Watercolored Rose Card for Mother’s Day

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Since Mother’s Day is right around the corner, I wanted to make a special card for my daughter. I decided on the beautiful rose in the Concord & 9th Painted Rose stamp and die set. I had such fun making it that I created two different version. I am featuring the watercolored version in the video below.

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Modern Flowers for Mother’s Day Card

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Today we are creating a fun Mother’s Day card with a modern freeform flower background and a few more flowers to pop up for dimension and interest. You can use any stamp set you might have with simple centers or flowers but this Neat & Tangled Scandinavian Prints stamp set is a goodie!

Check out the video below for all the ins and outs of this card, then zoom down to the bottom of this post for a complete supply list.

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Watercolor Flowers with Oxide Inks and Zinia

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We are sharing another cheery and colorful floral layout by Zinia of Abstract Inspiration. Zinia really knows how to create a special page and bring a smile to your face. She uses the Altenew Watercolor Wonders stamp set and the very cool distress oxide inks to create this beauty.

After you soak in all this loveliness, be sure to pop over to her blog for more inspiration.

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Penny Black First Blooms Tulip Card

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Today’s project is a tri-fold card bursting of tulips from the Penny Black First Blooms die set. I love making a tri-fold card and I thought the tulips would be a good candidate for this style of card. To help explain the ins-and-outs of the card, there is a video below. Take a look. I hope you enjoy it!

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Watercolor Melody Makers by TaeEun

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We are sharing another fantastic card by TaeEun of Rainbow In November blog. TaeEun is AWESOME at coloring, no matter the medium. Today she featuring a card with the beautiful birds and flowers in the Melody Makers stamp by Penny Black. Take a look below at the vibrant blending of her watercolors.

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Marbling Magic with Laurel Beard

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Today Laurel Beard of Simply Cardmaking is visiting-YAY! She is showing off her marbling magic using the My Favorite Things  Marble background stamp. Wait ’til you see all her AWESOME designs. She is a creative genius!

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Pinkfresh Studio Floral Background – Two Ways

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Pinkfresh is releasing lots of wonderful stamp sets and the Studio Floral Background is one of their first. To show off its floral splendor, I have created it two different ways. One is watercolored using Distress stains and on the other, I colored the flowers with watercolor pencils.

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Brusho Magic with Heather Telford

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We are so excited to have Heather Telford visiting with us again. Heather is sharing a project using Brusho dry watercolor paints. If you have seen her work, then you know that she is a master at getting magical results from her Brusho paints.

Check out her latest project below. It is sooo cool how she uses the My Favorite Things Cheesecloth background stamp and Brusho paints. It creates an AWESOME result!

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