Let me show you why I think colouring handmade cards with watercolour pencils is one of the BEST ways to add to your paper crafted designs.

Now, you might be saying to yourself…”watercolour pencils, hmmmm…I think I DO have some of those!”

I bet you do!

They’re one of those things you were shown at some point in your rubber stamping journey and you were amazed how versatile they were.

But then, something else fantastic came along and captured your interest…and they got put away, never to see the light of day again!

Well I’m on a mission to get you to pull them out and use them! And see just how gosh darn versatile they are!

Why You Want to Watch the Live!

Want to see some of the comments on this live the other day?

  • So happy that you are using the watercolour pencils! I use them some, but I want more inspiration!
  • Great tips! Thanks so much Jo!
  • You’ve inspired me to get out my Water-colour Pencils. Fabulous projects and wonderful tips for using the pencils.
  • Excited about water colouring.

In fact, you may love viewing all my live videos. I love to share tips and techniques and cool ideas like this with you all the time, especially if I can show you HOW to use something to make you a better paper crafter!

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If I told you you could create ALL 50 Stampin’ Up! colours with these few colours, would you give it a try?

I didn’t make them all in today’s live, but I gave lots of little tips so you start to see what a powerhouse tool these are in your craft space!

Plus I made this pretty card you can give a friend.

A peaceful card created with watercolour pencils

Here’s another design with a totally different feel, this one for the guys!

Colouring Handmade Cards with Watercolour Pencils
Make a guy inspired card with watercolour pencils

The stamps I chose to showcase the pencils are ones made for colouring in. And adding water to once you do!

Unfortunately these are now retiring in early May. 😲 So don’t delay on getting them if you see all the possibilities they will give you with your watercolour pencils!

Colouring Handmade Cards with Watercolour Pencils
Each of these stamps make stunning cards when coloured with watercolour pencils!

Colouring Handmade Cards with Watercolour Pencils

Even though you might think it’s hard to get the knack of these pencils, if you now how to colour, you’re well on your way!

Click the triangle to grab some great tips now!

Just for fun, I made the exact same card with bright/regal colours so you could see the possibilities!

Here’s our subtle gal with Pear Pizzazz, Balmy Blue and Blushing Bride.

And see the variety you can get with the exact same pencils by changing up your colour intensity. Here she’s bold and bright in Granny Apple Green, Poppy Parade and Pacific Point!

Learn Even More Watercolour Pencil Tips!

Want to learn 4 different colouring techniques (not to mention a mini watercolour pencils class!) to make your cards even MORE show-y?

Add colour like a PRO to all your gorgeous handmade designs with my online class you can do in your own time at your own pace! Lifetime access!

Find out more by clicking the image!

Pull Out Your Watercolour Pencils!

OK, I know many of you have at least one of the sets of these powerhouse colour tools! Dig them out and get busy colouring using some of my tips and tricks!

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Shimmery White cardstock – 5 1/2 ” x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″, piece about 3 1/2″ x 4 1/2″
  • Smoky Slate – piece about 3 3/4″ x 5″
  • Mint Macaron Gingham DSP – 4″ x 5 1/4″

If you’d love to make it with the same items I used, many are on the Last Chance List and may sell out quickly. But at the time of writing the post, all the items were still available.

Simply click here to pin, print or order to have it shipped directly to your home. Thanks so much for choosing me as your Canadian Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and shopping with me!

It was a toss-up but here’s a final look at the one the Facebook ladies liked the best on Tuesday!!

Colouring Handmade Cards with Watercolour Pencils
So many ways to create different looks all with a few watercolour pencils!

Pull out those watercolour pencils you bought and haven’t used! Now’s the time for colouring handmade cards with watercolour pencils – create every colour you want with the two assortment packs Stampin’ Up! carries!