Wednesday, October 4, 2023


Here is one of those large stamps that you can color with any medium you wish. I decided to use my watercolor crayons this time, but I think I may try my watercolor pencils next. What medium would you choose? 

   Calm & Quiet

   Pacific Point A-2
   Basic Black 5-1/4 x 4
   Basic White 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)
   Watercolor 5-1/4 x 4

   Jet Black StazOn

Watercolor Crayons:
   Baja Breeze
   Basic Gray
   Chocolate Chip
   Crumb Cake
   Early Espresso
   Garden Green
   Pacific Point
   Soft Suede

   Die Cutting

   Deckled Rectangles Dies
   Aqua Painter
   Paper Towel

First, I stamped my image in the center of a watercolor panel, using Jet Black StazOn ink.

I then colored the image, using my watercolor crayons. Stampin' Up! has discontinued these, but any medium will work. I listed the colors I used above. Browns were used on the wood, greens were used on the greenery, and the blues were used on the water and sky.

I then went over the image with my Aqua Painter to spread the watercolor crayons on the image. I kept a paper towel handy to dab at areas that needed it.

Next, I used the second to the largest deckled rectangle die to center my image and to give the edges an interesting look.

I then adhered the panel onto a Basic Black panel and then onto the Pacific Point card front. You will want to use whatever color matches one of your colors on your image for the card base.

Lastly, I adhered a Basic White panel to the inside of the card for a personal message. I left off a sentiment to keep the card as an all occasion card.

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