Let’s Stamp Wednesday-Watercolor Christmas Card1

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Aloha Guys!
Today I’m sharing this Watercolor Christmas card using Lawn Fawns Winter in the parks and Paper Smooches Stitched wise die. I also used Avery Elle’s Circle it as the snow in the background. I stamped the circles from the Circle it stamp and embossed it with white embossing powder to make it look like snow on watercolor paper. I ran the watercolor paper through my Big shot using paper smooches stitches die to give a stitched hillside. I stamped out the bench on the hill and also embossed it with black embossing powder and stamped another one on post it to create a mask so I can stamp out the lamp post behind the bench. I also stamped out the snow for the bench, embossed it in black and attached it to the bench. I added water to the background to achieve a winter look using some Stampin Up and distress ink, chipped sapphire. I finished the card using Marvy uchidas white liquid appliqué to create a puffy snow on top of the bench. You can see the full tutorial on my YouTube channel. Thank you as always and please subscribe for more inspirations and ideas. Thanks!

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Supplies:
Lawn Fawn Winter in the park stamp
Paper smooches Stitched die
Marvy Uchidas white liquid appliqué
Versamark
Stampin Up black embossing powder
Embossing Buddy
Strathmore 90lb watercolor paper.
Rangers Archival jet black ink
Stampin Ups Pacific point ink pad
” Pool party ink pad
Ranger distress Chipped sapphire ink pad
Rangers craft mat

5 thoughts on “Let’s Stamp Wednesday-Watercolor Christmas Card1

  1. Such a soft and pretty background! Thank you so much for playing along in our Use Watercolors Challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog this week 🙂

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