Simple techniques can make a card look more composed and elaborate, as is the case with this Rooted in Nature Watercolor Paper Tear Card!
It’s almost summer, so hopefully there will be more rainbows in the sky! And sometimes we need to make our own — With this Watercolor Rainbow in Summer card!
To celebrate fall, I created a Falling Leaves Card using the Watercolor Smooching Technique, and want to show you how! Get your inks out, and watch this crafty video!
Rainbow Unicorn Card – full of sweetness and low on unicorn farts. #rainbow #unicorn
A magical card to welcome a New Baby! This little Dragon offers congratulation wishes to new parents, and you can create it using this #Thursdaytutorial! #dragon #Stampinup #leannsworld101
Using the Cattleya Orchid stamp from Beccy’s Place, I created this card as part of the Crafting By Designs team. It’s a beautiful reminder for someone who’s inspired you in your life. #orchid #handmadecards #watercolor
Grown with Kindness! These Paper Pumpkin Alternatives from the February 2019 kit feature Succulents. A few are created using only what’s in the kit and some use very few basic supplies. Check these out for inspiration!
You are doing great today. Know someone who also needs to hear that? Check out this easy #ThursdayTutorial and make a Kick Butt Encouragement Card for them! #SUenjoylife
Creating and Blending with Watercolor Powders: How to Use Color Bursts to Make Bright Thank You Cards
Tips and tricks to use watercolor powders for intense backgrounds for thank you cards.
Using nail polish, you can marble paper to create fun backgrounds for your paper crafts, cards, and scrapbooks. Making your own Designer Series Paper can be fun and easy!
Learn two embossing techniques you can use with one embossing folder. Double the use of your craft stash!
Inspired to get out your brushes and inks for your cards? Here are a few basic watercoloring tips you’ll find useful.