Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Waterfront - why did I wait so long to play with this stampset?

Have you ever had a stampset that you thought you would use and then didn't?  I've definitely had a few, but from the Occasions Catalogue, that was Waterfront.  I love everything I see made with the set, but I hadn't pulled it out and played.  Until last night, that is!

Wow, this set is amazing and so easy to create beautiful cards and projects.  Today I want to share with you two cards that I made that are the same except on one I stamped on Whisper White Cardstock and on the other I stamped on wet Watercolour paper.

First the card made by stamping the images on Whisper White.  I love how crisp, clean and peaceful this card is.


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For the second card, I stamped on wet watercolour paper and then spritzed some more on the images once stamped.  Once dry, I stamped the sentiment.  I love this technique because you never really know what the final image will look like and it really has an artistic feel to it.

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We'll be making the watercolour card at my next Birthday Card class if you are interested in learning more.

Interested in purchasing any of these supplies to play on your own? Go to my ONLINE store and use the Host Code JGVP97RV to place your order.  Use this host code when ordering and receive a free gift from me! I'll send you a set of 4 cards as a Thank You gift including the instructions so you can make at home. 


If your order is over $200, please do not use this code, but you’ll still get the free gift. 


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Check Out My Upcoming Classes And Classes By Mail

I've got a lot of classes planned that you can sign up for either in person or by mail. Check them out on my Classes and Events page.  If you're interested in hosting a class or a party and getting your friends together to make some cards and share some fun, email me.  I have availability for private classes.

Happy Stamping!
Melva

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