Watercolor Stamping with Winnie and Walter

Watercolor Stamping with Winnie and Walter

Hey, friends! Welcome back to the blog! 

This is an exciting week on the blog because the design team has joined up with WINNIE AND WALTER to bring you some fantastic crafty inspiration, and even a prize or two! So PLEASE stop by the WINNIE AND WALTER BLOG as well, to read more details in how to enter the giveaway they have over there! 

I fell in love with this sweet little floral stamp set when I first saw it! The florals and strawberries made me think of trying a soft look, so I tried doing a little watercolor stamping. 

I used my Zig Brush Markers to color directly onto the stamps. Then, using my H20 MISTER, I misted a little water onto the stamp before stamping onto watercolor paper. I held my stamp to the paper for a few seconds to let the color soak in, and then carefully lifted the stamp. This left an impression that gives the look of watercolor. 

Such a fun stamping technique, I hope you will try it! I have more photos and details on this card over at MY BLOG if you want to see more!

Please keep visiting the Brutus Monroe blog this week for more Winnie and Walter inspiration! 

Until next time, 
Marie Nicole

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Comments

Leanne S - August 23, 2018

So pretty!!

Helen Gullett - August 23, 2018

What a sweet birthday card.
Fun techique.

Terrie D. - August 23, 2018

This is such a lovely card! The image looks really great with your watercolor stamping :)

Stacey Kowbel - August 23, 2018

Such a beautiful card! I love the soft watercolour look!

Karthikha Uday - August 23, 2018

What a lovely card!! So pretty!

Sue D - August 21, 2018

so sweet with the strawberries.

Dana M - August 21, 2018

Such a sweet and lovely card! Beautiful watercoloring and i love the background.

Andre M. - August 21, 2018

This is a sweet card and a fab watercolour effect. Thanks for the inspiration.

Janet Sisk - August 21, 2018

What a lovely card! Thanks for the inspiration. :D

Kirsty Vittetoe - August 21, 2018

Great work!

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