cards, Catalogues, Sale-A-Bration

A TOUCH OF INK WATERCOLOURED HUMMINGBIRD!

I had seen some gorgeous cards around with a watercoloured effect with the Hummingbird from A Touch of Ink stamp set. I wanted to have a go. I have to say mine didn’t turn out quite like the ones I had seen.

It’s created by heat embossing the images with White Embossing Powder. I used the Shimmery White card for the sparkle in the card. Once it has cooled then watercolour the images using the Water Painters and inkpads. To do this you can create a “well” of ink in the ink pad lid or I dabbed some ink on to a clear block and picked up the ink off that You can build up the colour as you go.

I like the effect. Maybe not the execution of my card. 🙂

I do love the effect of the edge of the card with the Stitched with Whimsy die.

Check that paper out though. That is the Highland Heather print in the Subtles pack you receive when you join Stampin’ Up! during Sale-A-Bration. There are some very cool patterns in the packs. And you receive every colour collection plus 2020-2022 Incolors. That’s 200 6″x6″ papers!

The A Touch of Ink is a free choice during Sale-A-Bration available with orders over $180. It’s such a gorgeous set.

But if you have considered joining the Stampin’ Up! Family then you might want take advantage of that now with Sale-A-Bration so you get your 200 6″x6″ squares of paper.

In Australia? You can shop in my store -> HERE. Don’t forget to add your Sale-A-Bration choice. Host Code: CJ7PPUEC Or you can contact me directly on 0439 844574.

Free papers with SAB

Have a great day,

Jenny

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