|1. Happy Christmas|
|2. Sleigh Christmas|
|3. Ombre Merry Christmas|
|4. Merry and Bright Banner|
I'm confessing that I had this Watercolor Winter Simply Created Kit since last year. I never got past opening it. I've been cleaning my studio because it was so overloaded I could not work in there. I have too much stuff. Not all of it was stamping, so I'm trying to contain the room to stamping or crafting only. I found this kit anew and I decided to open it and tackle it!
I used the Watercolor Winter Too stamp set for all but the #2 card.
1. Happy Christmas card: Instead of using the word 'holidays' I used the 'Christmas' stamp from the WWT stamp set.
2. Sleigh Christmas: Again, instead of the 'Season's Greetings' stamp, I used an old 2002 SU 'Merry Christmas.' I don't have the whole stamp set anymore, but I saved this one stamp because I like the font.
3. Ombre Merry Christmas: This card was made pretty much exactly like the kit instructions suggested.
4. Merry and Bright Banner: This card was very tedious, but I LOVE the results! The letters were left in their "unpunched" position and I watercolored them while they were in place. I turned over the watercolor paper and put a bit of blue on the top of each letter. I placed the baker's twine in the glue, let it dry and then popped out the letters. Poof! Instant banner! I glued each letter onto the card and glued the ends to keep it in place. Here I used Mint Macaron instead of the retired Coastal Cabana ink.
|One more look at all four cards. I now have 20 beautiful card to give away this year!|
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