Itoh Peony

Hey everyone! Today I am sharing some embossing and Brusho card making.

I started by embossing the Itoh Peony stamp onto some Bee Watercolor Paper.

I then wet down the paper, and sprinkled the Sunburst Yellow near the flower centers, Allowing that to dry partially I then wet the paper again and sprinkled on the Alizarin Crimson, then spraying it a little more to help it move around the page. After that, we play the waiting game, and let the watercolours dry.

Once that was dry, I cut down the front panel to fit on the front of the card. Pulling out a Hello die from my stash I cut it out of the coloured pannel and 4 times out of white cardstock to build it up. 

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Beautiful Flowers

Hey all, today I have a pretty flower card to play along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. The theme this week is No Designer Paper. Which, thankfully is pretty easy for me, I do not use a lot of patterned paper anyway.

I filmed a process video of this card. I had 2 hours and 45 minutes of footage so this video is a longer one for me. As per usual I painted in tons of layers. and am super happy with how this one turned out.

The video will be here as soon as it finishes uploading!

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Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps – April Release Hop

WOOHOO! Today we are celebrating all theĀ 
new goodies from our
APRIL Release at
Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps!

All FOUR new clear stamp sets will be available over at the Krafty Shop, along with our new Creamy Caramel inks, TWO new stencils and our new Earthtone Krafty Dots! Our LIVE Online Release Party is this afternoon at 1pm EST and then ALL the krafty goodies will be released!!

I pulled out the Life is a Journey stamp set, and a bunch of my new paint colours from Stoneground Paint Co.

We all know I love watercolouring, I stamped her up with the Totally Taupe ink pad and watercoloured her up no lines style. I then added a background in behind her. I really want to join her in the peaceful place she is!

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Altenew 36 pan Watercolor First Impression

Hey all, today I am here sharing a video of my first impressions of the Altenew 36 pan watercolor set.

I really have been enjoying playing with these paints, they are creamy, mix well and pack a lot of pigment. They are not chalky or anything, which is awesome for the price!

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Spring Flowers

Hey everyone! I have a new floral card and video for you all today, featuring a couple older sets from Simon Says Stamp.

I played with my Pink Fresh Studio watercolours again on this one. I really do love liquid watercolours they are super fun to play with. The embossing keeps the watercolours where I want them without splashing outside of the lines. I really do love having the tape boarding around my watercolour card pannels, especially when the embossing goes outside of where the painting is.

You watch the entire process video below!

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Perfect Poppies

Hey all! I am here today with a fun new post featuring Power Poppy and some watercolor paints that I never reach for. It is fun to use the colours that you never reach for, it also stretches your ability and allows you to learn more.


I loved painting this sweet little Poppy up in these colours. I have a little process video to share with you all if you would like to paint along with me!

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Adore You

Hey everyone, I have recently picked up a new set of watercolours, the Altenew 36 pan set (all links at the bottom of blog post). I am currently testing and getting to know them, and will do a video in the next week or so about my opinion.

Anyway, this is my first card made with those paints.

I stamped and embossed the flowers, then painted them up with a bunch of the pinks and greens in the watercolor set.

I then cut them out, adding a splash of watercolour to a background panel. I built up all the floral’s to create this sweet little thank you card .

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