Hey, everybody! It’s been over a month since I shared a card and a video. I just finished another internship at a kindergarten and it’s been really great but also a lot of work. That’s why I haven’t been able to share anything for so long. However, today I’m back with a new card and video featuring some adorable Winnie & Walter stamps and coordinating dies.

I started out by die cutting and coloring a banner from the Framed stamp set from Winnie & Walter. I colored it with my favorite teal Copic marker combo: BG11, BG13 and BG. Next, I die cut and colored two adorable critters from the Welcome to the Family stamp set.

It’s been a while since I used patterned paper so I decided to have some fun with it and mix different patterns together for a fun and playful look! I used both the Everyday collection and the Sorbet collection from Avery Elle. I just love those green stripes the and yellow plaid together. It really brightens up the card!

For the sentiment I used both the stamps and the dies from the Sketchy Thoughts set from Winnie & Walter. I heat embossed the sentiment on there with clear embossing powder. To finish off, I adhered a cute piece of patterned paper and some sequins from¬†Little Things from Lucy’s Cards.

That’s it for now! ūüôā Thanks for being here and for your outgoing support. I appreciate it. Big hugs! xo

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I am affiliated with Simon Says Stamp, Ellen Hutson and Hallmark Scrapbook. That means I earn a small commission when you purchase through my links (with NO additional costs to you!). Click HERE for more information about my disclosure and affiliation with companies.

Multiple shops are linked: click SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson, HS for Hallmark Scrapbook

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Hi, everyone and welcome to Premiere Day No. ¬†4 of Winnie & Walter’s January/February Release.

In today’s video, I’m showing you how to make a watercolor card with the brand new Welcome to the Family with Evelin T Designs stamp set along with the Sending You with Evelin T Designs stamp set.

I enjoyed making this easy watercolored rainbow with Distress Inks. You don’t need expensive watercolors to make a pretty background. Mini Distress Inks are a great alternative! These mini cubes cost approximately $3 and you can use them for so many techniques such as ink blending, watercoloring, and more.

I once saw Kristina Werner using a laminated piece of white card stock as a Distress Ink palette. This is an easy way to see exactly what the color looks like on white paper. I smudged all of the colors I used on the palette and mixed the colors with water to create a rainbow. Be sure to add clear water to your piece of watercolor paper before adding the color. This will make sure that the colors move and blend so much easier.

I colored the elephants from the Welcome to the Family set with ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Markers. It took a while for me to understand how these makers work. I found that the color blend the easiest on watercolor paper. I recommend adding color with the marker on dry card stock and then blending it with a water or regular paint brush. You can repeat this step until you’re satisfied with the result.

I finished off my card by heat embossing a sentiment from the Sending You with Evelin T Designs stamp set with WOW Neutral Ultra Shimmer embossing powder. This is by far my favorite glitter embossing powder. It’s clear so you can use it with any color! Finally, I finished off my card with enamel dots, clear sequins and die cut hearts.

That’s it for now. See you soon! Xo

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The Welcome to the Family with Evelin T Designs and Sending You with Evelin T Designs stamp sets will be available on February 3 at 10:00pm at winniewalter.com

I am affiliated with Simon Says Stamp, Ellen Hutson and Hallmark Scrapbook. That means I earn a small commission when you purchase through my links (with NO additional costs to you!). Click HERE for more information about my disclosure and affiliation with companies.

Multiple shops are linked: click SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson, HS for Hallmark Scrapbook, W&W for Winnie & Walter

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Happy Saturday, everybody! It’s been¬†months since I recorded and posted a video. College has been keeping me extremely busy but since I’m enjoying my short Winter Break (I’ll be studying for exams next week, exams kick off on Jan. 16), I decided to film a new Saturday Stamp Day video. Yay!

In today’s video, I’m showing you how to do create a watercolored scene with the ZIG Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors and cute stamps from Winnie & Walter.

Scroll to the bottom of this blog post for a detailled and linked supply list!

I had so much fun making this watercolored scene. I used the ZIG Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors (no. 61 and no. 62). You can get these colors individually or you can buy one of their sets. These watercolors are a bit pricey but they’re high quality and definitely worth the money in my opinion.

I stamped the Christmas/Winter scene with two new sets from Winnie & Walter. I used the Happy Owlidays with Evelin T Designs set for the branch, the Christmas ornaments and the sentiment. The adorable little birdie from the Season’s Tweetings with Evelin T Designs set is perfect for this card!

I colored all of the images with the ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Markers. It takes a while to get used to these markers and it requires a lot of practice. There are a ton of crafters out there who can do magic with these markers! I still need a lot of practice but I think it looks pretty good! ūüôā

That’s it for now! Thanks for checking out my blog post and for watching my video. I’m so thankful for your support and I hope you’re having a very Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays! Xo

SUPPLY LIST

I am affiliated with Simon Says Stamp, Ellen Hutson and Hallmark Scrapbook. That means I earn a small commission when you purchase through my links (with NO additional costs to you!). Click HERE for more information about my disclosure and affiliation with companies.

Multiple shops are linked: click SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson, HS for Hallmark Scrapbook, W&W for Winnie & Walter


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