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Make TWO Cards Using ONE Die Cut!

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See how you can make two cards using one die cut as the main element! With the addition of a few extra elements you can make two cards using one die cut as the fun background – let’s check out how fast and fun and easy this is! Julie used our Circle Background with Stitched Die to make two very fun and colorful background elements for these very different cards by simply using her watercolors to add splashes and swirls […]

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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 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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Color Burst Sale and a Video Tutorial!

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Right now we have a great Color Burst sale going on and what better way to take advantage of savings than to get some glorious fall project inspiration? Our very own Dave Miller is sharing some of his fabulous techniques and turning out truly dazzling results in today’s video tutorial. Dave makes everyone feel like an expert and his many fans say that his videos are total game changers for them. Check out this video LOADED with PRO TIPS, go […]

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Halloween Card Ideas Using Embossing Folders

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We have some super talented designers and today we are SO excited by one of the coolest Halloween card ideas we’ve seen – watercolored embossed paper! Isn’t that effect just so cool? Julie shared that she was inspired by this video here because, in her words, “I thought it looked interesting but easy enough for everyone.” We agree! If you don’t have time to or don’t want to watch the video basically the steps consist of embossing watercolor paper with […]

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Ken Oliver Color Burst Tutorial Video

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Today we want to share a Ken Oliver Color Burst tutorial to show you the AHmazing results you can get! Did you know that we have some AMAZING stamps that are meant to resemble watercolored images? These are so fun to use with Color Burst watercolor powders; the results are gorgeous and several of our stamp sets were designed to take advantage of the punches of color. Our YouTube channel is full of so many fun tutorials, many of which […]

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Funny Cat Cards For The Win!

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Are you a fan of funny cat cards? Or know cat people who could use a chuckle? We are cracking UP over this super cute card our designer created using a worried bunch of cats and some interested fish! Check it out! Isn’t that a riot? Talk about turning the tables! Here’s how you can make your own version of this super cute card. First, stamp the Group of Cats image onto some Bristol Smooth paper using a waterproof ink […]

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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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Never Regret

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Hello everyone! Life is short… never regret one sentiment we think is wonderful. Lisa, using the Bicycle Die Cut (5209-01D) paired up the Never Regret (793-02) sentiment stamp together for this gorgeous card! Lisa never lets us down at all when it comes to beautiful inspiration. The colors she used for this lovely

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