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Easy To Make Handmade Watercolor Cards

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This easy way to create handmade watercolor cards will have you painting all day! Even if you don’t consider yourself “artistic” you will want to try out creating a stack of the handmade watercolor cards once you see how Melinda breaks it down for us. Melinda shared with us that Fall is her favorite season for both the cool air and the beautiful colors which she’s recreated on these simply gorgeous cards. Let’s get started! Melinda’s instructions today are fantastic […]

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Two Ways To Use Liquid Watercolor On Your Cards

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Check out two liquid watercolor techniques on one card! If you’ve been afraid to try liquid watercolor on your cards, today’s project will surely convince you to try it! The other day, we shared a project using the base layer of one of our beautiful layered flower stamps and today Natasha is showing us how to use just the outline layer. If you haven’t snapped up one of our layered flower sets yet, please try one out – there are […]

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Make A Watercolor Christmas Wreath Card!

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If you love to watercolor, this Christmas wreath card will be as much fun to make as it is to send! A classic Christmas wreath card is always a good go-to theme and we absolutely LOVE what Melinda has done with this pretty stamp and one of our new stencils. The combination is magical! Let’s check out how to make one for ourselves. Melinda started by stamping our Wreath with Berries stamp in a very light color of ink onto […]

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Easy Watercolor Backgrounds for Cards – A Twofer!

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See how to use your handmade watercolor backgrounds for cards two ways! There are lots of ways to make watercolor backgrounds for cards and today Melinda is going to share an easy way to make not just a gorgeous background but double down on the design and make two cards from the results! Let’s get the steps from Melinda…. First, take a scrap of any fairly stiff piece of plastic packaging or a piece of acetate. PRO TIP: Flimsy material, […]

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Rubbernecker Watercolor Sale!

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Hooray! The Rubbernecker watercolor sale starts tomorrow, 5/15! It’s starting to be spring all over and with it comes loads of pretty flowers so what better way to celebrate then with a Rubbernecker watercolor sale?  We’ve got some select stamp sets and watercolors ready for you to snatch up at some killer prices. PLUS – see below for a fun thing to do today with our own Melinda Stearns! All Colorburst and Liquid Watercolor 6 packs are on sale from […]

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Looking for Watercolor Card Ideas?

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If you are looking for watercolor card ideas, you are going to LOVE this one! When we first saw this one of Melinda’s watercolor card ideas it popped into our heads that it looks like a little piece of art! Melinda says she was inspired by spring in the air and we can totally feel it in this adorable project! Let’s check out how she made it! First, Melinda stamped the little chicks in Lemon Color Fuse ink. She then […]

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Do You Love Watercolor Stamping Techniques?

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If you love watercolor stamping techniques, you are going to LOVE this project! We share lots of fun ways to use our products and have shared lots of tips and ideas for watercolor stamping techniques. Today’s project from Melinda is another fabulous take on using our stamps and watercoloring to create truly gorgeous results. And it’s NOT difficult and you don’t have to be “an artist” to create these stunning effects. Let’s get started! First, you will want to use […]

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Watercolor Salt Painting on a Background

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Have you tried watercolor salt painting? You will after seeing this post! Watercolor salt painting sounds like it could be complicated but it’s a super simple technique and gives seriously cool effects! Today Melinda uses this fun technique on her mystical moonlit background and we couldn’t wait to share it with you. Here’s how Melinda made hers so you can get the basic idea. She started with a piece of watercolor paper cut to card front size and traced a […]

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How To Do Watercolor Looks With Stamps

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If you’ve been looking to change things up a little, today we’ve got a super easy, fun and beautiful way for how to do watercolor looks just with stamps and ink! Carol is using our Winter Wonderland clear stamps to create a beautiful winter Thank You card and we can see this dazzling yet simple technique using any or all of our specially designed layered stamps. Let’s take a closer look at how Carol made this card. First, Carol highly […]

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How To Use Watercolor Pens With Layering Stamps

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We are beyond excited to share today’s fabulous Stamp Along With Rubbernecker video all about how to use watercolor pens with layering stamps. You seriously will not believe the amazing results you can get with Preeti’s tips and tricks. It’s not often we look at something WE made and say “How’d she DO that” but today is one of those days. Take a look at these images. Would you not think these had been painstakingly created using so many shades […]

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How To Use Liquid Watercolor On Card Backgrounds – VIDEO

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Hold onto your stamps, folks – today we have another Stamp Along With Rubbernecker video on how to use liquid watercolor to make the most stunning card backgrounds. Preeti is at it again with a simply stunning wintry nighttime galaxy background for her admiring forest friends. We can’t get over all the depth and color and light and just gorgeousness Preeti created using her liquid watercolors and we feel so grateful that she shared her techniques with us in a […]

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How to Make Your Own Ink Pad With Liquid Watercolors – Video!

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Once again, we have an awesome video from Preeti showing how to make your own ink pad using liquid watercolors. You won’t BELIEVE the amazing multi-colored looks you can get with this fun tip! It’s always fun using the supplies you have in different ways, and we hope you feel inspired and crafty after watching Preeti create these amazing projects today! See the projects below and head to the bottom to check out the video.  Enjoy this fun video to […]

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Watercoloring Die Cuts with Color Fuse Inks

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Watercoloring die cuts like the flowers and foliage on this project is a fun technique for coloring images.  I used hot press watercolor to cut the flowers and foliage and used Color Fuse inks to color them.  Hot press watercolor paper is very smooth and is the perfect base for creating gorgeous color and shading.  For this project I used the Organic Shapable Daisy, Flower #5 (large leaves), Wreath Set and Tiny Flower Buds. I used Color Fuse Set #5 […]

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Make a Watercolor Flower Background with Stamps!

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Hi there – Annie here today with a fun way to create a loose watercolor flower background using clear silhouette-style stamps. My gardens have been bursting with color lately and I wanted to try to replicate the look using bright colors and soft edges. These cards are the perfect way to send a sweet springtime hello! The images in the Spring Meadows Stamp Set are super versatile because they really can be used for either foliage or flowers. For this […]

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Watercolor Butterfly Smile For You

Happy Monday everyone! Our team always wants to bring you wonderful inspiration. Today Lisa is going the extra mile with Watercolor Butterfly #7 (947). You really can’t help but smile when you see her card. The great design, coloring, and layout are perfect.  We really can’t say enough about how beautiful Lisa’s card is. All the colors she decided to use blend and go so well together.  Combining the Nested Decked Rectangle Frame die cuts (5176D) with the Grunge Frame […]

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Spring Watercolor Thinking Of You

Are you ready for Spring? Our team is ready for spring and making beautiful watercolor cards to show for it. We have new Watercolor Background (1227) stamps that allow you to make an amazing watercolor background for your cards. These stamps give you a watercolor look without all the effort or worry that it will come out badly.  Our designer made this watercolor thinking of you card. She used the watercolor background stamps and our new release Organic #4 (3204) […]

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Beautiful Watercolor Lotus

How many of you love our watercolor flowers? Here is a new look on the Watercolor Lotus (1125) stamp. Jamie did an amazing job with her card this week. Jamie embossed the flower with white embossing powder then continued to bring it to life with her beautiful coloring. The sentiment Jamie used is from the Happy Birthday (3031) stamp set. The font and the position look perfect with her card. To add some wonderful texture to her card she used […]

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Watercolor Bouquet with Ann-Marie

Ann-Marie has made a stunning thank you card this week.  She used our watercolor stamp Bouquet (919) along with Ken Oliver’s Color Bursts (cbset-4). The Color Bursts make it bright and beautiful with all the wonderful colors she used. To get that perfect color using the Color Bursts she used the Rubbernecker Watercolor Paper (wcp).  The sentiment she used is from Best Friends Etc (3032). The font and her placing of the word thanks looks perfect with her card.  Until […]

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Watercolor Wine Glass Card

The Watercolor Red Wine Glass (1043-02) stamp is always a fun one with almost all of our sentiments. Lisbeth’s creation this week is extra fun with the beautiful wine glass she made with the Ken Oliver Color Bursts Fresh Floral colors (cbset-5). The Ken Oliver Color Burst work very well on the Rubbernecker Watercolor Paper (wcp) she used. She also made it a lot of fun with the sentiment Obey All The Rules (648-04). What a perfect pair she has […]

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Watercolor Forest

If you were on the fence about buying Watercolor Forest (972), this card should help you decide. Mary brought us an amazingly beautiful card using Watercolor Forest. She made the ground and the sky background on this card look so soft and beautiful, that it made the forest really stand out.  She also used Laughter and Joy (982-05) that looks like stars in the sky. It all blends together so nicely. The card looks absolutely stunning.   

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Watercolor Wine Glass

 Mary has brought us a very elegant and fun card to inspire us today. Mary used the Watercolor White Wine Glass (1043-03) for her card. She very smartly used Ken Oliver’s Color Bursts to make the wine in the glass whatever color she wanted. She did a perfect job with the Color Bursts. Mary’s added sequin embellishments drifting over to the Fruit Salad (789-02) sentiment give it that extra added elegance of wine. Although, we believe any wine drinker can […]

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