Hey everyone! Today I am sharing a new palette, 8 new watercolours. From Stoneground Paint Co.
It is a gorgeous, flourescent palette! I am over the moon with these new neon colours! Yes they will not be lightfast, like the traditional colours. But these are super fun for making cards, sketch books, art work that is getting scanned in.
They also look super pretty on the black watercolour paper! So bright and vivid even with their transparency you can see them!
I do have a video sharing all these colours. Remember the photos do take some of the vividness of these paints away! But I am over the moon with these!
Hey everyone! Welcome back to another new release showcase for Technique Junkies
Sometimes you run into these stamps that you just have to colour, that is what happened with me and the new Nautical Doodles from Technique Junkies.
So I pulled out some of my watercolours and went to work filling this in. The fun in colouring this stamp was that I didn’t need to spend time on shading, everything is just one layer of colour on it. I personally love the way it came out!
Make sure you jump around and see what the rest of the team has created for this fun release!
Hey everyone! Today I have a super sweet little card to share with you all.
Debby Hughes is one of my favorite card makers, in a long list of people I adore. But she often makes a card that gets to me to buy a stamp set. That is what happened here. I bought the Comfort & Prayers stamp set because of a card she made, so here is my version of her card.
Now I need to make another one using this set that my own brain comes up with.
But for this one I stamped out the butterflies and pulled out my Stoneground Paint Co. watercolours to paint up these vintage butterflies. It took me about 2 hours but I love sitting and watercolouring pretty cards, so I find the process super relaxing.
You can find all the supplies I used on this card linked below!
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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WOOHOO! Today we are celebrating all the 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!
I do not often make cards without any stamped images filled with colouring. But when this die was release I needed it in my life, I love how this one turned out slightly wonkey and pretty pinks and yellow made me so happy creating this one!
I also have a super fun video of this one for you!
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I pulled out the new It’s Mice Time to Celebrate set for this fun card. Hand drawing the balloon I stamped the mouse in Tea Dye Distress Ink. Then pulled out my Stoneground Paints and created a fun little scene into the balloon.
This sketch was super fun! I would have never thought of painting a simple little scene in a balloon without it. I can’t wait for the next one!