Thanks for your super sweet comments on all my previous Beautifully Happy card posts.. I’m so glad you love this set! I do too!! It’s a free Sale-a-Bration gift option until 2-28-23 with your $100 online order!!
I had a blast playing with color combinations, die cutting the images with lots of different Stampin’ UP! dies, then layering them with our beautiful designer papers!!
Experimenting with color is my favorite part about stamping. ABOVE LEFT: images stamped with Black Memento ink pad and stamped in darker colors. ABOVE RIGHT: images stamped with Basic Gray and stamped with lighter colors.
BELOW: finding lots of my fun dies to cut out the stamped images to use on my cards.
Enjoy these card ideas, the first few all feature the Sale-a-Bration Dandy Designs paper (another free gift choice while supplies last), and the last 2 cards feature the Rain or Shine designer paper as the background layer.
All of these Stampin’ UP! supplies are available in my online store. Please use the product photos at the bottom of this post to shop in my store. Thank you so much!
Tip: for two-tone color on the floral image: ink the flower stamp with Mango Melody, then grab some Polished Pink ink with a blending brush or sponge dauber and dab that color on the photopolymer on top of the Mango Melody, then stamp on your Basic White paper.
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Yes, it’s Friday, you might be looking for my weekly live video, but I have family commitments today so I have recorded a video for you! After sharing photos on Facebook and Instagram of my Petal Park flowers colored with Watercolor Pencils, I had so many requests for a video I thought I better hop on that!
Today we have Part 4 in our Stampin’ Technique series: Blending Watercolor Pencils with a Stampin’ Blend Color Lifter!!
Free Video & Technique Sheet Below in this post!
As shown in the video below, this technique is as simple as adding just a bit of color with the Watercolor pencil toward the center of the flower and pulling the color toward the tip with the Color Lifter! I mentioned in the video that it’s similar to using a Blender Pen, but, the Color Lifter feels much gentler on the paper and doesn’t cause it to pill up like the Blender Pen! yay!
After stamping and coloring the flowers, flip your Petal Park punch upside down and punch out the flowers and leaves… soooo pretty! Add them to your cards or papercrafting projects as shown in the video!
Below.. this is another example I shared on the video, and I love combining the Regency Park designer paper with this bundle! So many pretty flowers!!
MORE ideas featuring the Petal Park Bundle .. click to watch my Instagram Reel!
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