Rebecca stamps on top of a distress oxide inks to create this scenic lake card.
Donny shows just how easy it is to create a watercolor effect using stamps and Distress Inks.
In today’s project we dust off the ole’ Gelli Plate, grab some leaves from the yard and make background paper. Then, we stamp a small field of poppies and add a sentiment.
Rebecca takes heart die cuts and turns them into petals of a happy flower that is front and center on this happy day love card.
In this tutorial I show you how to use our Designer Series Lindsay the Frugal Crafter Succulents stamps to create cards for both Mother’s Day and Father’s Day! This is a super fun and simple project using Distress Inks as watercolors.
Today I’ll show you how simple and fun it is to create a card using Distress Inks and a water brush. We’ll be using our Chamomile Bee and bee-themed unmounted stamps. Let’s get started!
Watercolor stamping is so much fun! In this tutorial we use several unmounted stamps and our new Strawberry Delight Peg Stamp Set to create a watercolor scene.
Watercolor stamping can not be easier! I hope you’ll join me in making this beautiful wreath card.
A card so full of elements, you won’t believe it’s only one-layer! Grab your supplies because this is a super fun project that you are going to LOVE!
In this tutorial, Lindsay shows how you can use masking to create this lovely spring-time scene, just perfect for a new baby!