Celebrating Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper

Here’s a preview of some cards you can see at our booth at the Expo at State Fair park!

My job was to create a board focusing on the Watercolor Wonder DSP and the Happy Watercolor stamp set.  That was a GREAT challenge.  With products like these it makes it so easy to create cards!

April 23 2014 happy watercolor squareHere is a  5 x 5 square card.  The base is whisper white with smoky slate and daffodil delight accents.  The stripe is from the Watercolor Wonder DSP and the polka dots are from the Neutrals paper stack.

Just wanted you all to know that the retired items are flying off the shelf.  Check now and get the items you want shipped directly to you for FREE!!  The FREE shipping end on Friday, so don’t dally!

I told you I was trying to reach a goal that Sarah, my upline, has given me.  Well, I need to sell another $600 in product this month!  So, I know that’s a lot, but, every order counts, no matter how small.  Thanks for supporting me in my journey!

I’m going to share another card because I am so happy about getting the new camera.  I was over at Sarah’s place this morning, so I took some pics with her setup and natural daylight.

April 23 2014 happy watercolor with gold foilThe background in the picture is white and the base of the card is white, so it a little hard to define the card lines.  The designer paper used is from the Watercolor Wonder DSP.  I used the gold foil paper for the larger banner and the larger oval.  The flower is from the Happy Watercolor stamp set from the Occasions catalog.  I stamped the flower in black StazOn and used my handy little dauber (which is being retired) to sponge on some island indigo.  The flowers are layers which doesn’t show up very well but really gave the card an extra boost.  I used my glue dots to attach the little gold sequence.

Well, let hear it…..what do you think?

Happy Stamping!

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One Response to Celebrating Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper

  1. Shirley Shircel says:

    I love both cards, the one with the gold foil paper is the best.

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