WOW with Watercoloring

Usually when I head down to my craft room, I make a card from start to finish. I usually allocate a good amount of time because I can be slooooow when it comes to card design. This week I decided to try something new. Instead of using a large chunk of time, I ducked into my craft room when I had only a few minutes to play around.

I’m not yet sure if I like this way of stamping better. I do happen to live the rest of my life in this manner. I usually get things done little by little…. However, with stamping, I found that it made me more experimental in my stamping.

The Process

The card below did not start out looking like it did. That I can promise you! I started the process by pulling out the stamp set, “Love and Affection.” I grabbed some paper and inked it up. However, I wasn’t real happy with the results. The flowers looked nekked to me. LOL. Like they needed some clothes on. The images from the stamp set are outlines of flowers. And they needed adornment!

Love and Affection Rubberstamped card using Stampin' Up!

The next time I sat down to stamp, my initial playing around really helped me know exactly what I needed to do! I had to dress my flowers. The stamping went FAST.
Watercoloring the Flowers

I decided to fill in the flowers with ink, watercoloring them. I didn’t feel like getting out the embossing powder and doing anything fancy. Here’s how I did it:

– I started with Shimmery White Cardstock. (My go-to for watercoloring)

– Next, I first stamped all the images in regular ink. I did not clear emboss the images. I kept it simple!

– With a Aqua Painter, I used the same color ink as the outline and colored in the flowers. Ohhhlala. I love how it looked!

– After the flowers were colored in, I added the centers in Smoky Slate.

– I also added some leaves in Wild Wasabi. I did get a little fancy here. I grabbed a scrap piece of copy paper and put it over the images as I stamped the leaves, so the leaves would stamp only on the white and not over the flowers.

Love and Affection Rubberstamped card using Stampin' Up!

Isn’t that a cool effect?

Now, tell me your thoughts on stamping! Do you think it’s better to stamp only when you have time to make a full card, or would you rather squeeze in a few minutes here and there? I’m anxious to hear your thoughts!

Supplies Used:

Stamps: Love and Affection
Paper: Whisper White, Shimmery White, Flirty Flamingo
Ink: Flirty Flamingo, Peekaboo Peach, Daffodil Delight, Wild Wasabi, Smoky Slate, Archival Black

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Coloring Inside the Lines!

Happy Friday, my friend. This week sure went quickly, didn’t it? I don’t yet feel like I’m back on schedule from the holidays, but I’ll get there.

I’ve been working on setting some goals this year. I try to keep my goals easy and doable. My most important goal is to go to bed by 10pm on weeknights and 11pm on weekends. We’ll see how I do! It’s my hardest goal since I’m such a night owl (at 9pm I usually feel my most creative) but if I don’t get my sleep, I have no energy. We need energy to create, right? Who can make a card if we’re bone tired?

Shoot me an email ( or comment below and let me know if you’re working on any goals. I’d love to be inspired and learn from you!

The Coloring Craze

Have you caught the coloring craze? I sure have. I have two little girls and we love to color together. We have the adult coloring books and their favorite activity is to sit with me and color. When I saw the coloring book inspired paper for Sale-A-bration, I was thrilled. I can now do both at the same time!

Handmade card using the "Inside the Lines" Sale-A-Bration paper by Stampin' Up!

Coloring the Card

Since I love coloring, I wanted my card to feature the new paper. I therefore designed the card so the paper would fill it almost entirely. However, before I could get started, I needed to learn how to use the paper.

Playing with the Paper

Before diving in, I first grabbed a piece of scrap paper. (I’ve been burned so many times that I’ve learned my lesson!) I tried different techniques:

Handmade card using the "Inside the Lines" Sale-A-Bration paper by Stampin' Up!

  1. Watercoloring with an AquaPainter. I really wanted this technique to work since I love using the AquaPainter. It’s so fast and makes a great results. However, the Aqua Painter didn’t work so well on this paper. Watercoloring is best done on paper specially designed for holding water, so my results weren’t anything I’d post. LOL.
  2. Coloring with a Marker. Next I tried using my regular markers to color the images. However, for me, I felt the results were too dark.
  3. Using a Sponge Dauber. Here’s where I hit a home run! The flowers on the paper were large, and I didn’t want to be coloring them forever, so the sponge dauber worked GREAT. The result is beautiful and it was fast, too!
  4. Using a Blender Pen. After coloring in the large flower successfully with the sponge dauber, I had some smaller leaves to color in. I used a Blender Pen with them and the result was stunning!

The two winning techniques for me: Sponge Daubers and Blender Pens. I haven’t yet ordered the watercolor pencils, but I know they’ll be GREAT, too!

When I was done, I put a sheet of vellum over the entire paper to soften it a bit. It’s like a facelift for paper!

Happy weekend! I hope you give this paper a try. Let me know what techniques worked for YOU!


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Supplies Used:

Stamps: None!
Ink: Rose Red, Bermuda Bay, Daffodil Delight
Paper: Bermuda Bay, Basic Gray, Inside the Lines DSP, Vellum
Other: Hello You Thinlits, Rhinestones, Layering Squares framelits (for the scallop), Doilies

Happy Sale-A-bration!

Before I begin my post, I’m putting the links to the new catalogs, released today, right up top so you can see them right away!

Today is an exciting day since two new catalogs are being released: The Occasions Catalog contains brand new beautiful seasonal items. It’s fun to see new products throughout the year and not have to wait for the annual catalog in June. My favorite is the Succulent Garden suite. I’ve already ordered it and have started playing!

The other catalog is for Sale-A-bration. Do you know what Sale-A-Bration means? I’ll give you a hint: It’s a little bit about celebrating the return to normal life after the holidays. Usually, this can be a sad time for some of us. But Stampin’ Up! wants to turn this time around to make it something to celebrate. And they know that the best way to make us stampers happy is to give us free stamping supplies.

Happy Sale-A-bration!

I don’t know about you, but in my world, that’s more exciting than cleaning the bathrooms, making dinner, or even doing laundry! Shocking, right? It takes my humdrum world and fills it with excitement. That’s why I love our hobby. It actually uplifts me every time I head to my stamping space, but that’s another blog post! Free supplies are exciting! And Stampin’ Up never makes the supplies boring or something you’d see on the clearance rack of other people’s leftovers. No way! The company makes their free products as exciting as they possibly can, incorporating the latest stamping trends.

If you’re new to Sale-A-Bration, the way you earn free products is for every $50 you spend (before tax and shipping) on products, you get any product of your choice from the Sale-A-bration catalog here.

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Succulent Garden

Whenever there’s a new catalog, we always have our favorites. I always gravitate to the flower stamp sets. They make me smile. The Succulent Garden stamp set is neat because you can also make cactus-type plants with it – succulents. Here’s my first card made with the stamp set. I wonder how many more cards I’ll make with it?! Many, I’m sure!

Handmade Card using the stamp set Oh So Succulent by Stampin' Up!

The Technique

To make the card, I first cut out the center oval. I then lightly traced around it in pencil onto the Whisper White card stock. This allowed me to create a wreath effect, with the flowers surrounding the sentiment. Thanks the pencil mark, I knew exactly where to stamp to surround the sentiment. Once I finished stamping, I used a good quality artist eraser to erase the pencil line. It’s a simple technique, and it has a cool effect, doesn’t it?

Do you notice something else on the card that’s new? If you look carefully, you’ll see a little paper clip. Adorable, no? This paper clip is also in the new Occasions catalog. It adds just enough interest to make the card a little special without it being over-the-top. I love it!

Handmade Card using the stamp set Oh So Succulent by Stampin' Up!

There are also little orange enamel dots throughout the card. Those dots add so much fun and texture to a card. I love them and need to use them more!

Finally, to put it all together, I splattered the card with ink. I LOVE this effect. It’s amazing how plain a card can look without the splatter. Afterwards, the flow is different and everything comes together. To do this effect, I used my Aqua Painter and Peekaboo Peach ink. I inked up the Aqua Painter with the ink and then hit it so the ink would splatter over the card. Fun!

If you have any questions about Sale-A-Bration, let me know! I’m here to help. I hope you enjoy perusing the two new catalogs. Have a happy Sale-A-Bration!

With love,

Supplies Used:

Stamp: Oh So Succulent
Ink: Flirty Flamingo, Sugarplum, Watermelon Wonder, Peekaboo Peach, Archival Black
Paper: Whisper White, Peekaboo Peach
Other: Gold Metallic Thread, Gold 1/8 ribbon, Brights Enameled Dots, Rhinestones, Paper Clip, AquaPainter (for splatter)

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Palm Trees in December!

How are you holding up? The end of December is a rough time for some of us. For me, my kids are out of school and one is sick with a high fever. When things are rough, I am so thankful for stamping because it always brightens my day to make or card, or even just peek at someone else’s card on pinterest.

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Palm Trees in December

For today’s card, I’m feeling a bit sad. I’m not ready for Totally Trees to retire. There’s so much I can do with it. I had to get one last use out of it, so I made a card using my favorite image from the set, the palm tree.

Handmade card using the stamp set Totally Trees by Stampin' Up!

The palm tree makes me smile. It screams “summer!” “tropical island!” “Go, relax!” Isn’t it great?

Today’s card is simple yet pretty. I used the scallop square framelits to cut out the pretty shapes. It is such a versatile framelit, isn’t it? I actually just got it – it’s one of those tools where I wonder what took me so long?! LOL.

What makes the card so simple is that I used washi tape. The bold Emerald Envy color pairs beautifully with the Moroccan Suite paper and washi tape. I cut a strip of Fabulous Foil Designer Acetate paper and adhered it to the card with the brown piece of Moroccan Suite washi tape.

Handmade card using the stamp set Totally Trees by Stampin' Up!

I don’t often remember to use washi tape, but when I do, I love the results. It adds some pretty color to projects and the tape is repositionable, which is perhaps my favorite feature. I moved it around a few times when I was designing the card.

When I finished the card, I felt it needed a little something extra. I added the bow and it added just the right amount of appeal to make the card look “put together.”

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Supplies Used:

Stamps: Totally Trees, Crazy About You (sentiment)
Ink: Emerald Envy, Early Espresso
Paper: Moroccan DSP, Fabulous Foil Designer Acetate paper
Emerald Envy, Whisper White,
Other: Moroccan Washi Tape, Gold Metallic Thread, Scalloped Squares Framelits, Emerald Envy Baker’s Twine

Happy Swirly Flowers Card

Are you ever too tired to stamp? I feel that way sometimes. When I was making this card, I was feeling grumpy and tired. I knew that if I sat down to make a card, it would cheer me up and give me energy, but I really wasn’t feeling it. Out of that stamping session came this lovely cheerful card! I used the Swirly Bird stamp set since it’s so uplifting, isn’t it?

Handmade card made using the Swirly Bird stamp set by Stampin' Up!

And guess what?! When I was done, I was full of energy and was feeling very cheerful.

That, my friend, is why it is so important to make time for the things we love. Too many times we think “I’m too tired.” And then our hobbies languish for weeks, months, sometimes even years or decades. But if we compel ourselves to do our hobby, even just a little bitty bit, it can give us so much happiness in our lives. And energy. I know you may not believe me, but it’s true. When you’re happy and feeling creative and joy, it really does give you energy. If you don’t believe me, I dare you to try it and see what happens.

Making a Cheerful Card

For this card, I decided to use colors I loved. I used pinks, yellows, and corals. I added pops of green and blue. Every color that I chose was one that makes me smile and the result is a bright, beautiful cheerful card. You would never guess looking at it that I wasn’t feeling joy when I started creating, because I sure was cheerful when it was done.

There is no shame in making a card that uses your favorite colors. Especially when you need a pick-me up!

Handmade card made using the Swirly Bird stamp set by Stampin' Up!

Card Details

For a fun look, I only stamped one side of the card, going at a diagonal. I love the effect!!!! It was such a fun way to add interest to the card.

Since I was tired when I was stamping, I kept getting ink all OVER the card. It was everywhere. To hide my boo boos, I used the matching framelits and a well-placed sentiment. You would never guess that these were added to hide ink smudges, would you? LOL. That’s what I love about stamping. You can fix almost anything with a well-placed embellishment.

I hope this card cheered you up and that it also inspired you to do some stamping, even when you’re not feeling at your best.

Wishing you only the best,


Supplies Used:

Stamps: Swirly Bird
Paper: Watermelon Wonder, Whisper White
Ink: Watermelon Wonder, Daffodil Delight, Peekaboo Peach, Soft Sky, Flirty Flamingo, Basic Black
Other: Swirly Bird matching framelits

Totally Trees goes Pink

Today when I was stamping I realized something. I always try so hard to leave my comfort zone, that very often I don’t use my favorite colors. I’ve decided to change that! There’s nothing at all wrong with being in your comfort zone, as long as you’re creating and growing!

Pink Trees

Out of all the dozens of colors in the Stampin’ Up! catalog, Flirty Flamingo is my absolute favorite. It’s a happy pink, reminiscent of a color that Stampin’ Up! used to offer years ago, Cameo Coral. Any card that has this stunning shade of pink makes me smile — and that’s a good thing!

Thank you card using the Totally Trees stamp set by Stampin' Up!

For this card, I combined my two favs, Flirty Flamingo and Tip Top Taupe, an amazing medium-brown neutral. I adore how the pop of pink looks along with the brown.

This card uses a new stamp set called Totally Trees, which is featured in the holiday catalog. Y’all know I like a versatile stamp set, and this stamp set fits the bill. It can be used year round. There’s even a palm tree in this stamp set! I love it.

The sentiment comes from the Sprinkles of Life stamp set. It sure fits the theme, doesn’t it?

Thank you card using the Totally Trees stamp set by Stampin' Up!

I’m probably the only person who will ever tell you to stay in your comfort zone. But this card sure makes me happy. It uses “my” colors and my favorite stamping theme — nature!

So stay in your comfort zone! Make cards in the themes and colors you love. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with it. Sure, leave your zone every so often so you can grow and perhaps discover new colors and themes you may love to work with. But don’t feel badly if you make a card that fits smack dab in the areas you love. If you do this, you may LOVE the card. And that’s a good thing!

Supplies Used:

Stamps: Totally Trees,Sprinkles of Life
Paper: Tip Top Taupe, Flirty Flamingo, Envelope Paper
Ink: Tip Top Taupe, Flirty Flamingo, Early Espresso, Garden Green
Other: Gold Ribbon, 5/8 ribbon

Swirly Flowers

If you like to create stunning cards without a lot of work, Swirly Bird is the stamp set for you. This stamp set is easy to use and creates stunning results. You can create gorgeous creations without much thought or effort (that’s MY kind of stamping!).

Fun Swirls

I bought the stamp set to make swirls, picturing in my mind a card similar to the one below. The swirls are so pretty – they can be whatever you like. In my card, they are flowers. For added dimension, you can cut out paper swirls and give the card an extra somethin’ somethin’. But even without the dimension, it would have been gorgeous. You can’t go wrong with this one!

Fun flower card using the Swirly Bird stamp set by Stampin' Up!

The colors add brightness and cheer to the card, too. Flirty Flamingo is my favorite color and is featured prominently on the card. I also used Peekaboo Peach, which complements the pink perfectly. For my third feature color, I decided to use a bright yellow, Daffodil Delight. The card makes me smile and I’m so glad I got the stamp set.

Fun flower card using the Swirly Bird stamp set by Stampin' Up!

The little enamel hearts add so much to the card! Click here to see them. They are actually on sale this week, so if you like them (in ANY of the colors), you can pick them up for a steep discount.

After I got the stamp set home, I was surprised to see so many other possibilities with it. There’s a cute bird (I should have guessed that from the name, but I was focused on those swirls!), eggs, kites, even a sailboat. This set packs a big punch.

swirlybirdstampsetGreat Sentiment Set

Did you catch the cute sentiment on this card? I got some new rubber in my stamping room this week. It’s the stamp set called One Big Meaning. It has terrific sentiments and is a great basic for your stamp room. I know I’ll be using it often.

One Big Meaning

Wishing you a happy September and a wonderful labor day.

Supplies Used:

Stamps: One Big Meaning, Swirly Bird
Paper: Peekaboo Peach, Flirty Flamingo, Daffodil Delight, Whisper White
Ink:Peekaboo Peach, Flirty Flamingo, Daffodil Delight,
Other: Brights Enamel Shapes, Peekaboo Peach Ribbon


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Vintage Leaves Glisten with Gold

On my blog I talk a lot about comfort zones. I don’t think that comfort zones are necessarily bad, though they have a very bad reputation! If you think about it, almost everything we do well is within our comfort zone, because we’ve learned and practiced the skills. For example, I’m really good at creating cards that use soft, subtle colors since those are the colors that appeal to me. I think the reason why comfort zones get a bad reputation is because we do sometimes need to leave our comfort zones so we can learn and grow. The Vintage Leaves stamp set has helped me grow since it’s a stamp set that can be used for so many different techniques.

Using Vintage Leaves for Watercoloring

I decided to use Vintage Leaves for watercoloring this card. I’ve done a lot of watercoloring this year, but it’s a skill that I’m still learning to use in different aspects of card making. I’ve been experimenting with using it for backgrounds (my favorite!), coloring images, even watercoloring using an acrylic block!

Vintage Leaves stamp set by Stampin' Up!


For this card, I used a technique that combines embossing with watercoloring I love to emboss when I watercolor because the image stays crisp. The embossing also gives nicely defined lines that make using a paintbrush easier since the color doesn’t get everywhere.

For this card, I did another fun technique by combining ink colors. I love love love the effect of combining different colors to create a totally unique color for a card.

The gold embossing makes the leaves stand out and looks so gorgeous in real life. I had a difficult time getting a picture of the sparkle, but in the close up below, you can see how bright and stunning the leaves look.

Vintage Leaves stamp set by Stampin' Up!

I had wanted to do a card for a while that was surrounded in white, with just a pop of color in the border. I’d seen a card with this sketch on pinterest. The colors among the white made the design elements stand out.

Tips for Making this card:

  • I used Shimmery White for the watercolored images. If you haven’t watercolored on this paper, you should give it a try. It is lovely to work with and has a pretty shimmer.
  • Before embossing, always use an Embossing buddy so that you have less static on your paper. Less static means that the embossing powder doesn’t go all over your paper, just where you want it.
  • The large leaves at the bottom are cut out using the matching framelits
  • Here are some color combinations I used for the leaves:
    • Pumpkin Pie and Real Red
    • Cajun Craze and Cherry Cobbler
    • Per Pizzazz and So Saffron

Making this card was so much fun! I hope you join me by sometimes dipping a toe outside of your comfort zone and trying new color combos or a new technique.

If you love new techniques, join my Creative Challenge, where I introduce a new technique every month and we make cards using the Technique and share them on a private Facebook site to inspire each other. Click here to join.

Supplies Used:
Stamps: Vintage Leaves, Endless Birthday Wishes
Paper: Shimmery White, Whisper White, and Watermelon Wonder
Ink: Versamark, Pumpkin Pie, Real Red, Cajun Craze, Cherry Cobbler, Pear Pizzazz, So Saffron
Other: AquaPainter, Leaflits Framelits, Gold Embossing Powder, Embossing Buddy

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Happy Stampin’,

More fun with Botanical Blooms

If you’re like me, you like to get value out of things you buy, including your stamping supplies. Like with clothes, I have some stamps I rarely use (not many, though!). However, other stamps or framelits are used non-stop. Botanical Blossoms is one of my most used stamp sets, along with its matching framelits. I’ve only had it for a few months, but I’ve already made countless projects with it. To me, that’s a GREAT value. My Cost-Per-Use is ridiculously low, and I love it when that happens.

Yesterday I also posted a card using the Botanical Blooms stamp set. I’m using it again today because I’m so excited about the Global Team’s color challenge.

Botanical Blooms stamp set by Stampin' Up!

Many times I’ll get an idea for a card, and then I’ll forget the idea as I move to my next design. When I saw the color scheme in the Global team’s challenge, I remembered a card I’d been thinking of making. I’d had an idea to design an all black-and-white card with a pop of Melon Mambo’s bright pink for a splash of color. I was so excited to see the challenge and was compelled to use the Botanical Blooms stamp set for the card. Click here to see the challenge.


Black really makes a statement, doesn’t it? The Smoky Slate gray adds a subtlety and fits right along with the card. When I was finished arranging the flowers, the card didn’t look finished so I added a sentiment. Putting the sentiment on a black background let it blend in with the card. I embossed the sentiment in white so it would show up nicely and blend with the card. I love the font in the Endless Birthday Wishes stamp set. I use the words from it all the time. It’s also a great stamp set with a crazy low Cost-Per-Use. LOL.

Botanical Blooms stamp set by Stampin' Up!

I had a little helper when I was taking my pictures.

Happy Stamping,

Supplies Used:
Stamp Set: Botanical Blooms, Endless Birthday Wishes
Paper: Basic Black, Neutrals DSP, Whisper White, Melon Mambo, Smokey Slate
Ink: Smoky Slate
Other: Rhinestones, White Embossing Powdernj

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More Foxy Friends Fun

Foxy Friends is such an easy stamp set to use! You can whip out a card using any of the adorable animal images and it will look fantastic! I love stamp sets that make stamping not only fun, but also easy.

This stamp set is not only my favorite of the new catalog, but my kids love it, too. Yesterday I let them use it and they had a ball creating all kinds of cards. I enjoyed seeing their smiles as they used it. If you have kids or grandkids that you like to stamp with, Foxy Friends is a terrific set to choose. There’s nothing like bonding over stamping. Nothing 😉

Special Bonus Bucks

bonus days

Before I start talking about my card for today, I want to share some news that Stampin’ Up! just released about how to earn FREE things.

From July 7-31st, for every $50 you spend (before tax and shipping), you will earn $5 to use on anything in August. This reminds me of Kohl’s Cash — I love Kohl’s cash 🙂 To get the deal, starting on Thursday, July 7th, visit my online store.

Besides the special bonus from Stampin’ Up!, when you place an order with me, you’ll also get an awesome free card tutorial (you will love it) and a hand stamped card in the mail with a little gift. That’s a whole lot of free things. Stamping should be fun, so I try to add as many goodies as I can to make you smile.  Now, back to the card….

Creating with Foxy Friends

For this card, I wanted to use the half-round leaf image. It’s a great framing piece and it’s unique. I’ve never had a stamp set with such a cool feature before. I first stamped the image in Mint Macaroon. I then used Calypso Coral marker to color in the little berries.  SO CUTE!!

The Woodgrain Textured Impressions Embossing Folder is great for this stamp set. The wood goes so nicely with the animal outdoor theme. Of all the embossing folders I own, I think the woodgrain has gotten the most mileage. It works well with some many different nature stamps.

Foxy Friends stamp set by Stampin' Up!

To offset the half-round leaf image, I added some half circles below it. The new delicate white doilies are small, so they fit under the green circle nicely. I also used the new 2015-2017 In Color Doilies. I was able to match the color of the squirrel exactly, which made my card look more cohesive.

Foxy Friends stamp set by Stampin' Up!

You can see from the picture below the bottom has lots of layers. I added the mushrooms at the very end because the card needed a little pop of color. I love the brightness it adds to the card.

Foxy Friends stamp set by Stampin' Up!

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Supplies Used:
Stamp Set: Foxy Friends
Ink: Tip Top Taupe, Calypso Coral
Paper: In color DSP, Whisper White
Other: Woodgrain Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, delicate white doilies, In Color Doilies, rhinestones, Mint Macaron ribbon

Happy Stamping,