Hi everyone and welcome to Kylie’s Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator Training Monthly Team Blog Hop day! Thanks so much for hopping with us. We are a group of Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrators from around the world who are taking part in specialised training focusing on helping us grow a successful Stampin’ Up!® business. We all really appreciate your support.
Here’s my first card…
Here’s my second card…
I love the watercolour look. It’s so easy to create gorgeous pieces – and you don’t have to be too precise either! The first colourway is Blueberry Bushel and the second is Old Olive but I think it would look amazing in just about any colour combination, or a mix of colours.
TIP: To get coordinating ribbon, I simply dyed the Crinkled Seam Binding Ribbon with the appropriate colour! So easy!
Here’s a list of all the participants:
Thanks for hopping with us. It was so fun to take part and I know you are going to love all of the creations by the rest of the Demo’s participating!
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Listed below are the supplies used to create the above project. If the stamp set, die set, etc, also comes a part of a bundle or suite, I link to all so that you have choices. I also link refills and basic supplies like adhesives which correspond with items used to make my projects.
Love your cards, Kylie! I have this set coming. Trust the training is going well!
Thanks, Ruth! It is such a great set. I hope you love it as much as I do! 🙂
Lovely! Great layout that can be made in any colour really!
Thanks very much, Tatiana! I agree! Would look great in any colour!
These cards are fabulous
Thanks very much, Vicki! 🙂
Both cards are very pretty Kylie. Great job 🙂
Thanks so much, Melinda! 🙂
I love both colors of the card – really elegant!!
Thanks very much, Kelli! 🙂
Very nice the water color look does give an amazing background!
Thanks very much, Cheryl! 🙂
I love the way you used this stamp set. Very nice. Xx helga
Many thanks, Helga! 🙂
I love these. I’ve not seen much done with this bundle so thank you
You’re welcome! Thanks very much, Helen! 🙂
Watercolouring ensures that each piece is unique. Add in using different colours and the possibilities are endless – beautiful!
Thanks very much, Karen! There’s so much to love about watercolouring, isn’t there!?
Oh WOW, I love these cards Kylie! Stunning. Thank you for taking part in our Demonstrator training Support Program Blog Hop this month.
Thanks heaps, Kylie! It’s so fun to participate. 🙂
Love how you showed the two colours on you cards – so effective!
Thanks, Ginny! 🙂
Beautiful cards, the blue is my favourite. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much, Dianne! I think the blue is my favourite too. Looks so much better in real life too. 🙂
Loved your card. Must look at getting this stamp set. thanks for the blog hop.
Thanks so much, Jill! I can highly recommend the stamp set – I am *loving* using it!
Love the way these have turned out Kylie! The blue is my favourite but it is great in both colours! 🙂
Thanks so much, Deb! I think the blue is my favourite as well.
Thanks, Michelle! 🙂
Lovely cards and beautiful use of the stamp set!
Thanks very much, Rhonda! 🙂
Wow these are beautiful. This set wasn’t on my radar ,but……
Thanks so much, Diane! It’s a pretty awesome set. I’ve used it a lot now.
Wow! Absolutely stunning. The dyed ribbon is a nice touch.
Thanks so much, Jessica! I love being able to change the ribbon with the coordinating ink. 🙂
Lovely cards! Great colors with the white embossing and ribbon!?
Thanks very much, Christy! 🙂
Beautiful cards! The flowers were embossed, correct? How were they colored, please?
Hi Deb, thanks so much! Yes, I embossed the flowers and then I coloured them with an aqua painter and ink from an inkpad. I tap some ink onto an acrylic block and pick up the colour with the Aqua Painter. Then I just painted what felt right. 🙂 Hope this helps! 🙂
do You have a video showing your technique. I lov3 these cards but don’t know how you did the top paper layer. Can you share? Thanks.
Hi Terri, I don’t have a video at the moment but I’ll try and create one. It’s super easy. All you do is stamp and emboss the image repeatedly and then watercolour the panel. 🙂
thanks. Do you use special paper?
Hi Terri, no it was just regular Whisper White. You do have to be careful with the amount of water you use as it isn’t watercolour paper but it still works really well. You inspired me to make a video so that will go live next Tuesday. 🙂
Great news! Thanks
You are welcome! Hope it helps!