Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Penned & Painted Watercolor

If you love floral stamps, this set is for you! You can create so many different looks with these stamps. It is considered a 2-step set but it actually has 3 steps, if you choose. It has a light, a shadow and an outline. The light or the outline can be used individually for a different look. This set is one of my favorites from the 2016-2017 Annual Catalog. Sadly, it will be retiring at the end of this month. If you want to order this set before it is gone, here is the link to my online store,

For this card, I used the Ticket Tear Border Punch in Gold Foil. This is a new punch and will be available when the new catalog goes live, June 1. Shimmery White card stock was used, it is wonderful for watercoloring! I inked up the stamp and spritzed it with water using my Stampin' Spritzer. It is important to let each layer dry thoroughly, after stamping. I then used a Silver - Black Velvet Watercolor Brush with Marina Mist ink to watercolor the background.
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Stamp Sets: Penned & Painted, Birthday Blossoms (sentiment)
Cardstock: Flirty Flamingo, Marina Mist, Shimmery White, Whisper White, Gold Foil Sheets
Inks: Blushing Bride, Flirty Flamingo, Soft Suede, Crushed Curry, Pear Pizzazz, Wild Wasabi,
     Marina Mist, VersaMark
Punches: Ticket Tear Border
Tools: Stampin’ Trimmer, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Heat Tool, Embossing Buddy,
     Embossing Tray (retired)
Other: Tombow Glue, Gold Embossing Powder, Stampin’ Spritzer, Blender Pens
Non Stampin' Up! Supplies: Silver - Black Velvet #2 Round Watercolor Brush


  1. Pam, I LOVE your card! This is one of my favorite sets and I'm sorry it's retiring :-( I've never spritzed the stamp after I've inked it but now I'm going to try it. Thank you for the beautiful inspiration!

  2. Thanks so much, Peggy! Let me know how the spritzing goes!

  3. Beautiful card! I need to learn that technique! Thanks

    1. Thanks, Jill! I would be happy to show you that technique!